2018 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Award of Excellence for Landscape Planning

Chain of Ponds – An Action Plan for Moonee Ponds Creek by Site Office

Jury citation:

The Chain of Ponds action plan takes a comprehensive and sophisticated approach to issues faced in the restoration of the somewhat mistreated Moonee Ponds creek line. It recognizes the creek line system as a necessary piece of blue infrastructure that supports the community’s structure and future.

The action plan, led by Site Office, builds on previous analytical studies of the creek line and provides an opportunity to inform and influence others, including governments, with its clear holistic views of strategic planning and management.

Location: City of Moonee Valley (VIC)

Aboriginal Nation: Wurundjeri

Source

Award

Published online: 2 Nov 2018
Words: LandscapeAustralia Editorial Desk
Images: Site Office

Issue

Landscape Architecture Australia, November 2018

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