Developing effective co-location and sharing of valued resources will enable a more sustainable future.
Living infrastructure (green and water sensitive design) planned with sport and recreation facilities can provide great outcomes for the community and the environment in a cost effective way.
To do this, we plan to:
- create a demonstration project of co-location of open space and water sensitive design at the Honey Farm Road Sport and Recreation Precinct
- undertake a detailed evaluation of the project to inform future planning
- create guidelines for the future of co-location.
Council takes out first place in sustainability award two years runningCouncil’s Environment and Liveability Strategy has been announced a winner of the Banksia Sustainability Awards.