“The Sydney Green Grid envisions green infrastructure as a three-dimensional envelope that surrounds, connects and infuses buildings, streets and utilities,” wrote Daniel Bennett, President, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

Sydney’s population is forecast to increase by 80 per cent by 2054, with an additional three million people living and working in the metropolitan area.

Sydney’s population is forecast to increase by 80 per cent by 2054, with an additional three million people living and working in the metropolitan area.

Green Grid Key to Sydney’s Future

“The Green Grid is a green infrastructure, design-led strategy,” wrote Daniel Bennett, an award winning Landscape Architect and a Fellow and past President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. He is a passionate advocate for the profession and cities, and of the value of design and strategy in shaping better outcomes.

daniel-bennett_aila_trimmed_120pInterconnected linkages are fostered within the wider public realm through enhancing creek corridors, transport routes, suburban streets, footpaths and cycleways.”

“The Green Grid is therefore an open-space interconnecting network that will keep the city cool, encourage healthy lifestyles, enhance biodiversity and ensure ecological resilience.”

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