This Plan proposes a well-developed continuum of green spaces to deliver the many ecological, social, economic, cultural and public health benefits to the central city, enhancing its liveability for existing residents, workers and visitors and also the growing numbers of new residents.
To optimise the benefits, the green network needs to be:
- well distributed and highly interconnected across the central city (spatial)
- of adequate area (quantitative)
- of suitable quality (qualitative) in public and private ownership.
Green Network Plan (14.4MB PDF)