Long term retention of formal street tree landscapes is important for Canberra’s ‘Garden City’ character to be maintained. Parks, Conservation and Lands of the Department of Territory and Municipal Services is committed to maintaining this tree landscape and a replacement program is a vital part of that maintenance.
On behalf of Parks, Conservation and Lands, Scenic Landscape Architecture has undertaken an assessment of the long-term viability of trees in some streets and parks within the North Canberra area. Some of these will form part of the current package of works to be undertaken in the 2008-2009 Tree Replacement Program.
The current package of works includes:
|IDCODE||Suburb||Site -Street / Park|
|AIN62||Ainslie||Campbell Street (60 to 69)|
|AIN64||Ainslie||Corroboree Park (street trees)|
|CAM17||Campbell||Limestone Avenue (verge & median)|
|OCO45||O’Connor||Macarthur Avenue (verge & median)|
|REI11||Reid||Amaroo Street to Booroondara St (Laneway)|
|TUR16||Turner||David St (parkland (Blocks 9 & 17 / Sect 67)|
Tree Replacement Program 07/08
|TUR20||Turner||McCaughey Street (parkland (4/67))|
The IDCODE refers to letters, tables and plans that indicate the current package of works for tree removals and replacements in each street.
If you would like more information concerning this program, please contact:
Deborah Matthews (Managing Director)
Scenic Landscape Architedture
Postal: 90 Dunstan Street, Curtin ACT 2605
Phone: (02) 6161 2554
Fax: (02) 6161 2553
by COB 18 June 2009.