Boulevard and Public Art Fence project wins PLA Award

Date: 
26 Aug 2007

The Doncaster Hill Boulevard and Public Art Fence project has been announced the winner of the Parks and Leisure Australia (PLA) Management Award for Open Space Development in the Victoria and Tasmania Region in the PLA's Annual Awards for Excellence. The presentation of the award was made at the PLA Victoria and Tasmania Regional Council 2007 Annual General Meeting on 20 August.The Doncaster Hill Boulevard and Public Art Fence is now a finalist for the National Parks and Leisure Awards in the Open Space Development category, which will be announced at the PLA National Conference Gala Dinner in September.The project was jointly funded by Council and the Department of Sustainability and Environment, through the Creating Better Places program, with support from Doncaster Primary School. It was completed in June and launched by Cr Kitchingman and Brian Tee, MP Member for Eastern Metropolitan Region.