The development of this roadmap for a more resilient and healthy urban waterway drew on our expertise in urban design and public realm planning in the context of water smart, sub-tropical communities.
ClientLogan City Council
LocationSlacks Creek, QLD
Date2011 – 2013
Award2014 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National -Landscape Architecture Award for Planning
Logan’s Slacks Creek is characterised by industrial use. But with a more strategic outlook, the wider catchment of the waterway possesses great potential to better connect and engage with environmental reserves, schools, and parklands to structure a comprehensive, interconnected greenspace network.
As part of a multi-disciplinary consultant team, Lat27 provided specialist landscape planning and design input into a strategic level master planning process which identified key initiatives, including:
The project drew on our expertise in urban design and public realm planning in the context of water smart, sub-tropical communities to develop a roadmap for a more resilient and healthy Slacks Creek.