New South Wales

Posted 9 months ago

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

Posted 2 years ago

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

Posted 2 years ago

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

Posted 2 years ago

"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

Posted 2 years ago

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

Posted 2 years ago

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