MB Lynch Memorial Gardens upgrade – tell us what you think
Brimbank Mayor Cr Lucinda Congreve invites community members to provide feedback on the proposed design of the MB Lynch Memorial Gardens upgrade in the heart of Sunshine.
“These gardens are an important link to the history of the Sunshine Town Centre and an opportunity for people who use this area to provide feedback on the design.
“Council is committed to improving access and creating high-quality, attractive and useable open spaces that will cater for our growing community.
“As a Community-First Council, we value community input and provide genuine opportunities for people to have their say,” Cr Congreve said.
The proposed design for MB Lynch Memorial Gardens includes new pathways, seating, feature lighting, more trees and garden beds that will be planted with a variety of flowering plants providing colourful floral displays throughout the year.
The design has considered key historical features that reflect the history of Sunshine whilst ensuring improved accessibility and usability of the gardens for the community.
Have your say
When: Saturday 3 August, 11am-1pm
Where: MB Lynch Memorial Gardens, Hampshire Road, Sunshine, near the Ballarat Road entry. (Light refreshments provided)
Can’t make it? You can also provide feedback online at brimbank.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay by Monday 12 August, or contact Council’s Urban Design team by calling 9249 4000.
“The upgrades are part of Council’s award-winning Creating Better Parks Policy and Plan, which is breathing new life into parks across Brimbank – ensuring that everyone can access high quality parks and open spaces,” Cr Congreve said.
Since the Creating Better Parks Policy and Plan was originally adopted in 2008, Council has invested almost $32 million upgrading and creating 105 parks.