Moments to relax have been few and far between in the last couple of months, but there have been some exciting projects to keep us focused.
We enjoyed participating in Celebrate Gungahlin again this year, working with our light rail client to provide information to the local community about this exciting project and even helping the young people of Gungahlin to colour in a light rail vehicle.
Helen has done some traveling across the broader region facilitating a range of community meetings for clients including NSW Fair Trading and is looking forward to more local travel as we get our teeth into some regional waste recovery projects.
Further north we were pleased to be part of the Amy Gillett Foundation participation in the Queensland Government’s announcement of permanent minimum overtaking distances for cyclists in Queensland.
During April Kerri and Helen have been part of the ACT Directorate of Environment and Planning’s consultation on the Draft ACT & Region Catchment Strategy.
As the days continue to get shorter, the local junior football competition gets away and Adam is busy providing a range of technical and communications support to Belconnen United FC.