2019 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Landscape Architecture Award for Landscape Planning

Western Sydney Parklands Plan of Management by Western Sydney Parklands Trust

Jury citation:

This document outlines a future-focused tactical approach within a complex governance and management structure. The jury noted the impressive development of a flexible framework driven by a robust set of principles and commended the respect shown to culture and Country. A thorough understanding of demographic trends has informed a tailored emphasis on inclusiveness, education and health. The manual sets out an inspiring framework for the future of Western Sydney Parklands that connects multiple dimensions of sustainability – financial, operational, environmental and social.

Location: Western Sydney Parklands (NSW)

Aboriginal Nations: Dharug

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