New ACT Heritage Council chair backs light rail plan, denies conflict of interest

New ACT Heritage Council chair backs light rail plan, denies conflict of interest

ABC The new chair of the ACT Heritage Council David Flannery says he fully supports the Territory Government's light rail project, but denies there is a conflict of interest. Mr Flannery appointed to a three-year term by the Government on Monday, replacing Duncan Marshall whose term had come to an end. Mr Flannery is an experienced architect, heritage consultant and urban planning researcher for…

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