Frequently Asked Questions
These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are here to answer questions you might have about the development of Denman Prospect, the community and upcoming land releases.
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Q: What is the construction timeline for Denman North?
A: Construction in Denman North is expected to be completed in 2026. Sub-stages of Denman North will be completed well before then, with the first settlements expected mid to late 2023.
Q: What is the timeline for the trails to be completed in Denman North?
There are a number of trails surrounding the existing Denman North construction site which can be safely accessed now. Additional trials are currently in development.
Pedestrians and cyclists should stick to the trails as they navigate the area. Entering any areas of the construction site is strictly prohibited.
Q: Does the temporary community garden have specific opening hours?
A: The temporary community garden does not have any official opening hours however residents are asked to only use the garden during daylight. For more information on the temporary community garden, please see here.
Q: There is a small concrete lookout area opposite Holborow Avenue that is currently fenced off by Icon Water – is this a public amenity?
This area is not owned by CED, and is not for public use.
Q: Will CED develop any form of urban micro-forest?
A: There are no plans to create an urban micro-forest in Denman Prospect as the estate is located at the base of Mount Stromlo, which is a heavily vegetated area. There are also a number of green spaces and parks throughout the suburb, including Ridgeline Park.
Q: What can I do if I see a street tree that has been damaged by construction works?
A: Please use the ACT Government’s Fix My Street service to report damage to street trees. The online form can be accessed here.
Q: There are no container deposit scheme sites locally. Are there any plans for one to be set up in the Molonglo Valley?
A: The ACT Government oversees the Container Deposit Scheme. There are currently no plans to implement a container deposit scheme in Denman Prospect. For further information on the container deposit scheme please visitn the Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) website.