Street Tree Master Plan draft - on public exhibition

 

Project status

  • Public exhibition of this project has concluded.
  • All feedback was reported to the elected Council and the Street Tree Master Plan adopted.
  • Thanks to everyone who participated.
The draft Street Tree Master Plan guides the future development, planting and management of street trees by providing species selection for each street within the Marrickville LGA.

Council sought feedback in 2013 on our community’s opinions and values through a random phone survey undertaken by an independent market research company and by an online survey on this site.

Click here to read a summary of what you told us in the community engagement phase.

In 2012 Council finalised a street tree condition audit of approximately 22,000 street trees. In addition to species, size, condition and risk assessment, the audit spatially located each tree, mapped the overhead power line network and infrastructure damage associated with the trees.

Download the resulting Street Tree Inventory here.

In 2010 Council created the Urban Forest Strategy, to identify the critical factors influencing the urban forest in Marrickville and define strategic actions required to maintain and increase a healthy urban forest and its associated benefits.

Download the Urban Forest Strategy here.

Council used this information as well as technical data to create the draft plan below which is now on public exhibition for 28 days - until Friday 20 June.

Read the draft plan

We have divided the draft plan into three parts to make it easier to download

Sections 1 - 4

Section 5

Section 6

You can also read hard copies of these documents here

  • Council’s Administration Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham, Monday to Friday 8.30am-5.00pm
  • Marrickville, Stanmore, Dulwich Hill and St Peters Libraries

Find a precinct plan

You can search here for an individual precinct plan from Section 5. Use the map below to identify which section you require.


Download the individual precinct plans here


How to have your say

Click here to complete the submission form.

What happens next?

Feedback closes on Friday 20 June. All the submissions received will be collated into a report to the elected Council, which will be posted on this site. The members will consider the report at a Council meeting and decide whether to adopt the draft plan without changes, with changes or not to adopt it. Everyone who provides their email address as part of the submission process will be contacted with the date of that Council meeting. Information on how to apply to speak at a Council meeting can be found here.

Project status

  • Public exhibition of this project has concluded.
  • All feedback was reported to the elected Council and the Street Tree Master Plan adopted.
  • Thanks to everyone who participated.
The draft Street Tree Master Plan guides the future development, planting and management of street trees by providing species selection for each street within the Marrickville LGA.

Council sought feedback in 2013 on our community’s opinions and values through a random phone survey undertaken by an independent market research company and by an online survey on this site.

Click here to read a summary of what you told us in the community engagement phase.

In 2012 Council finalised a street tree condition audit of approximately 22,000 street trees. In addition to species, size, condition and risk assessment, the audit spatially located each tree, mapped the overhead power line network and infrastructure damage associated with the trees.

Download the resulting Street Tree Inventory here.

In 2010 Council created the Urban Forest Strategy, to identify the critical factors influencing the urban forest in Marrickville and define strategic actions required to maintain and increase a healthy urban forest and its associated benefits.

Download the Urban Forest Strategy here.

Council used this information as well as technical data to create the draft plan below which is now on public exhibition for 28 days - until Friday 20 June.

Read the draft plan

We have divided the draft plan into three parts to make it easier to download

Sections 1 - 4

Section 5

Section 6

You can also read hard copies of these documents here

  • Council’s Administration Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham, Monday to Friday 8.30am-5.00pm
  • Marrickville, Stanmore, Dulwich Hill and St Peters Libraries

Find a precinct plan

You can search here for an individual precinct plan from Section 5. Use the map below to identify which section you require.


Download the individual precinct plans here


How to have your say

Click here to complete the submission form.

What happens next?

Feedback closes on Friday 20 June. All the submissions received will be collated into a report to the elected Council, which will be posted on this site. The members will consider the report at a Council meeting and decide whether to adopt the draft plan without changes, with changes or not to adopt it. Everyone who provides their email address as part of the submission process will be contacted with the date of that Council meeting. Information on how to apply to speak at a Council meeting can be found here.