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Following extensive community consultation an Estate Development Plan (EDP) has been approved for The Parks Red Hill.


Stockland and DOMA are committed to bringing the development to life in a way that is sensitive to Red Hill’s existing character and heritage, and enhances the strong community aspects of the suburb, with a medium-density neighbourhood village and high-quality architecture capitalising on the views and open spaces. This will be consistent with the EDP, the Territory Plan and the Red Hill Precinct Code.

We are following ACT Government Guidelines to ensure best practice engagement with the community during the delivery phase of the project. This website will feature:

  • regular updates 

  • answers to frequently asked questions 

  • details of community consultations 

  • contact details and links to further information


You can sign up on this site to receive email updates. Notifications of activities such as partial road closures will also be communicated via letterbox drops to residents in the local area. We have established a toll-free telephone line for community enquiries - 1800 909 773 -  operational during business hours, in addition to community information sessions. 

We will engage with all interested residents and resident groups, including proactively sending information to all those who participated in the EDP consultations. 

Green space

At the heart of The Parks Red Hill is Lady Nelson Park, a green space set to be upgraded with recreation and community facilities. Other green spaces will link throughout the site.

The precinct’s historic layout – devised under the Burley Griffin’s Garden Suburb design as one of Canberra’s most established suburbs – is to be retained and enhanced for contemporary life.

Additional commercial space fronting Discovery Street has been incorporated as part of the plan.

The ACT government plans to upgrade La Perouse Street and Cygnet Crescent under the Residential Street Improvement Program. The government will also investigate traffic management for safety and amenity in priority areas.