New South Wales

No approval is necessary if you stay within the guidelines. Maximum plant height 700mm. Contact the council to request street trees. Native plants preferred. Guidelines,...

 Councils and Policies /  New South Wales

This policy has been in place for some years. It's not particularly encouraging but if you follow the guidelines, you should be able to plant...

 Councils and Policies /  New South Wales

Council has a new Street Garden policy which allows residents to have a garden in the nature strip out the front of their home. The...

 Councils and Policies /  New South Wales

"Verges, also known as nature strips, are important areas of public land that have the potential to provide ecosystem services and help create more liveable...

 Councils and Policies /  New South Wales

Broken Hill's policy, "To allow residents and property owners the opportunity to beautify their nature strips by various landscaping works which comply with Council Regulations",...

 Councils and Policies /  New South Wales

The policy for Nature Strips is at the bottom of the page about Community Gardens. This is the first policy I have seen state explicity...

 Councils and Policies /  New South Wales