Victoria

Posted 1 week ago

Moreland City Council encourages residents to plant native plants or vegetables in their nature strip in line with their Nature Strip Guidelines. See https://www.moreland.vic.gov.au/living-in-moreland/parking-and-roads/nature-strips/ There is a...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 4 weeks ago

"Residents, through the Nature Strip Landscaping Guidelines are supported to develop landscapes." This is a light policy with many of the standard features - space...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 7 months ago

This council is clearly not keen so staying well within the guidelines. Nature Strip Modification Permit and fee required before planting. Applicable only to nature...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 9 months ago

Street trees are cared for and maintained by Wyndham City. Contact the council and ask for one. The common restrictions are there re maintaining sightlines,...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 10 months ago

Some verge planting is allowed on nature strips: low-growing, non-invasive, less than 50cm high.  Access required for pedestrians and people alighting from parked cars. Non-arterial...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 12 months ago

Recommended plants are native and indigenous wildflowers, ground covers and low growing shrubs. A soil contamination report before edible plants such as vegetables, herbs or...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 1 year ago

This is a cautious policy. Permits are required. Food gardens and fruit trees are prohibited. Permits are required. You will need to ensure that your...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

"Victoria Walks is an evidence-based health promotion charity, leading the move for walkable communities in Australia since 2009." We work primarily in Victoria, but increasingly...

 Research, Urban Design & Active Transport /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

"Council has developed guidelines to assist residents who are keen to plant and maintain indigenous vegetation on their nature strip. Planting indigenous plants on nature...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Extensive and prescriptive policy, includes option to apply online. Requires resident to have public liability insurance.

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

The Street Garden Guidelines are for gardens on nature strips and median strips. Residents need to pay to apply for a permit, and pay a...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

This council requires landscaping plans and public liability and seems aimed at large projects rather than individual gardeners. You cannot change a naturestrip without Council approval. Recommend...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Permits are required for all projects. Plants are to be no more than 400mm high, 1 metre clearance against the road for car passengers, 1...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Excavation and cultivation must be by hand. Low growing plants, no weeds, fine gravel or organic mulch. Prune plants so they do not protrude onto...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

'Residents are permitted to plant ground covers and low-growing shrubs and grasses as an alternative to grass. Indigenous plants are preferred as they provide habitat...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

When selecting low growing plants for your proposed design Council encourages you to use native/ indigenous plants that are local to your area. The Frankston...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Plants must be maintained at a maximum height of 500mm. Ground cover plants are required to be set back 500mm from back of kerb to...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Council website includes what is and isn't allowed as well as plant lists and an Indigenous Plant Guide https://www.casey.vic.gov.au/looking-after-your-nature-strip See also Council's Gardens for Wildlife...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Very restricted planting is permitted in Geelong "Where a footpath exists, residents have the choice to use gravels, synthetic turf or ground covers below 10...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

"Nature strips are to be grassed between the property boundary and the kerb. Compacted granitic sand can be used in non-heritage overlay areas. If you'd...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

Bendigo have quite a restrictive policy and discourage verge gardens claiming that they are much more work and much more expensive than grass. They do...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

"Well maintained nature strips add value to adjoining private properties and contribute neighbourhood character.  Landscaping in nature strips should also enhance and reinforce neighbourhood character."...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

"To plant on your nature strip needs Council or VicRoads approval. This requires submitting your application and plan for approval. To streamline the approval process...

 Councils and Policies /  Victoria

Posted 2 years ago

202020Vision has been renamed as Greener Spaces Better Places See their guides (listed below) based on research into community attitudes at https://www.greenerspacesbetterplaces.com.au/guides/ COMMUNITY ATTITUDES GUIDE:...

 Professional Services, Research /  Victoria