Rosanna Street Reserve, Carnegie
Glen Eira City Council is planning to undertake improvement works at Rosanna Street Reserve.
The proposed plan seeks to create a sensory garden experience, with a range of colourful, tactile and seasonal plantings. Accessible pathways through an arbour will create an immersive and therapeutic experience.
A central shelter, tables and a range of seating provides opportunity for social gatherings, contemplation or relaxation. Additional canopy trees will expand on the existing avenue of maple trees, increase habitat for birdlife and provide a buffer to neighbouring properties.
Time spent in natural environments can provide a range of health benefits, including reduced stress and lowered blood pressure and can also make a great contribution to mental wellbeing.
This project is an action from the Open Space Strategy which seeks to improve connectivity, diversity of spaces and facilities, particularly for a range of ages, and overall improvement to the landscape character.
Upgrade works are being staged with the first section being undertaken at the eastern end of the Reserve.
Feedback and further information
Council is seeking feedback on the proposed design to upgrade Rosanna Street Reserve. There are a number of ways to provide feedback, or to request further information.
Contact Recreation and Open Space on 9524 3333, email email@example.com or visit Council’s Have Your Say forum online at www.haveyoursaygleneira.com.au/rosannastreet
The opportunity to provide feedback is available until 8 December.