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Meet Caitlin Bladin: manager of the city activation program

Caitlin Bladin is manager of the City Renewal Authority’s activation team. Caitlin and her team are the central point of contact within the City Renewal Authority for levy payers or business operators. Caitlin has been leading the city activation program since 2015. The City Renewal Authority, together with the community and businesses, aims to create: […]

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We want to work with you

The City Renewal Authority wants to work in partnership with you to create a city centre for everyone to enjoy. Share your events, stories and comments over social media by tagging @cityrenewalcanberra. We are happy to share your good news with the broader Canberra community. Great places are not created by working independently. We want your […]

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City upgrades are set to begin

The City Renewal Authority (CRA) is set to start vital upgrades to Canberra city’s London Circuit footpaths. The $1.1 million upgrade, between East Row and Ainslie Place, is the first stage of a rolling City Centre Renewal Program. The immediate scope of work will include replacing the existing 50-year-old footpaths, as well as upgrading lighting […]

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#PicMixCBR brings colour to the capital

Featuring large timber picnic tables and brightly coloured umbrellas, the Pic & Mix pop-up urban picnic is reinvigorating Canberra’s city centre. Currently situated in City Walk after stops in Garema Place, Civic Square and Glebe Park, the pop-up urban picnic area continues to grow in popularity as a destination to meet friends, have lunch or […]

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Your light rail network update

Track slabs and accompanying rails along the 12-kilometre Gungahlin to city track are being laid with Canberra Metro currently constructing track north of Well Station Drive. Overhead wiring, which will power the light rail vehicles, is in the process of being installed and tested. Construction of the civil works has also commenced for three of […]

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Meet City Renewal Authority CEO Malcolm Snow

With an impressive career spanning four decades, Malcolm Snow, City Renewal Authority CEO, is charged with leading the transformation of the City Renewal Precinct. As one of Australia’s leading place makers, Malcolm has high expectations for the future of the city precinct. His extensive resume includes positions as Chief Executive of the National Capital Authority, […]

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