On 30 August Moreland City Council met with locals onsite to discuss the project. Florence Street traders, businesses and resident representatives took part in the discussion about how to make the park work for everyone. All those attending were supportive of the project and voiced their strong commitment to getting having the park operational over … Continue reading And We’re Off!
In early 2017 the community petitioned Moreland City Council to convert the underutilized area at the end of Florence Street into a park. Over 500 messages of support were collected through the change.org website within a few weeks and around 190 signatures collected in a petition. In response to this, in a council meeting on … Continue reading Where did it all begin?
The Anstey Urban Village in Brunswick has recently experienced a high level of housing development. There has been significant increase in the number of mid-rise apartment blocks built which has changed the nature and character of the neighbourhood. The area is in desperate need of public, open green space and relief from the built form, … Continue reading Why the need for a park?
Moreland City Council has agreed to close off the end of Florence Street in Brunswick and install a temporary park over summer. This project is an opportunity to transform a small underused road into public open space for people to meet, gather, celebrate, hang out and enjoy the elements. Florence Street will no longer be … Continue reading Welcome to Brunswick’s newest (proposed) park