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Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan

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Council is seeking feedback from residents of Inverleigh to support the development of the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan. The Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan survey is open from Tuesday 2 November to Sunday 5 December, 2021.

About

About: 

Golden Plains Shire Council has commenced the development of 10-year Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan, detailing the approach Council will take to removing and replacing trees in Inverleigh, as the health and structure of these trees deteriorates over time.

The Plan will detail the ongoing management of significant trees and newly planted trees at four locations throughout the Inverleigh township:

  • Western Cypress Avenue
  • Public Camping Reserve at the east of the township
  • Lost Cypress Avenue at the eastern entrance of the township
  • High Street median strip road reserve

The Plan will identify deteriorating trees in the Western Cypress Avenue and Public Camping reserve that may require removal, while implementing succession replanting for these trees and vacant areas from previous tree removal. Following the development of the plan, replanting is set to commence in the second quarter of 2022.

It will also include the re-instatement of the Eastern Avenue, which has been reduced over time due to tree removal and provide provisions for tree protection areas on the High Street median strip to reduce the decline of tree health due to soil compaction caused by parked vehicles.  

Trees that may be suitable for future tree stump sculptures on the Western Avenue and Eastern Avenue will also be identified as part of the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan development.

The Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan will provide a detail species palette based on site suitability and informed by community consultation, ensuring the future sustainability of trees in Inverleigh while recognising the historic significance trees in these locations hold to the community.

How you can be involved

How You Can Be Involved: 

Community members of Inverleigh are invited to have their say on the style of trees they would like to see as part of the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan by completing the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan survey. 

The Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan Survey is open from Tuesday 2 November to Sunday 5 December. The survey can be completed online, or hard copies of the survey are available at Council’s Customer Service Centre, 2 Pope Street, Bannockburn. 

Council’s Community Places and Environment team will hold an in-person engagement session, welcoming Inverleigh residents to stop by and talk about the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan. Visit the drop-in session at Yerram Yaluk Bun Play Space, 1 East Street, Inverleigh from 10am to 12pm on Saturday 20 November, 2021.

Complete the survey online

Completed paper surveys may be returned by:

  • email to [email protected] or
  • mail to: Golden Plains Shire Council, PO Box 111, Bannockburn, VIC, 3331, marked ‘Attention: Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan’.

The survey will also be sent by mail to all residents of Inverleigh in mid-November.

What Happens Next

What Happens Next: 

Council will consider all community feedback provided as the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan is developed.

Timeline

Tuesday 2 November, 2021:

Feedback opens

Saturday 20 November, 2021:

Drop-in engagement session at Yerram Yaluk Bun Play Space, 1 East Street, Inverleigh from 10am to 12pm.

Sunday 5 December, 2021:    

Feedback closes at 11.59pm

Contact Information

Brayden Lane
Arboriculture Specialist
5220 7111
Project Category: 
Environment
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Project Status: 
Current Project
Council is seeking feedback from residents of Inverleigh to support the development of the Inverleigh Tree Succession Plan.

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Council acknowledges the traditional Wadawurrung owners of this land. Council pays its respects to Wadawurrung Elders both past and present and extends that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who are part of Golden Plains Shire.