Tag: Green infrastructure
The Victorian government has moved to protect the award-winning Geelong Green Spine from the local council’s wrecking ball, declaring Mercer and Garden streets a designated State Road Project.
AILA national president Shaun Walsh says Geelong City Council’s “retrograde” decision to modify the Malop Street Green Spine raises questions about a 2019 national award.
A Victorian council has decided to partially remove an award-winning green spine project less than two years after its completion.
The NSW government has announced plans to plant five million new trees across Sydney by 2030.
A park rehabilitation and storm water re-use project in Sydney by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership has won one of the top awards at the UK Civic Trust Awards.
The Sydney Part Water Re-use project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership is in the running to receive a Civic Trust Award.
Authored by the Government Architect NSW, a new draft policy for green infrastructure across the state has been released for public comment.
Melbourne’s underground rail project also contains a plan to actively improve, increase and preserve Melbourne’s inner-city “living infrastructure.”
The National Trust of Australia (Victoria) has launched the inaugural Victorian Tree of the Year contest, where nine significant trees will be put to a public vote.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has formed an alliance that will advise the Australian government on cities policy.