26 Feb 2010
If you know of a bushland site in or around Casula that needs regeneration then you might want to act fast because the Liverpool City Council is taking suggestions for bush regeneration projects until this Sunday the 28th of February.
The Liverpool City Council has decided as part of its Environment Restoration Plan that it is going to restore the endangered ecological communities of Liverpool, to not only help preserve our environment but to also improve the image of our fantastic city.
There will be eight sites that will be selected for the regeneration project and they will all see the benefits of cleaner waterways as well as the creation of wildlife and vegetation corridors.
So if you think that there is a park or reserve anywhere in Liverpool or right here in Casula that could do with a bit of rejuvenation then you should send your submissions to the Liverpool City Council right away!
All you have to do to send your suggestion in is to write the name of the area that you think should be worked on along with your name and a contact number and send it along to Liverpool City Council, Environment Restoration Coordinator, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or via email email@example.com, or you can simply give them a call on 98217728.
I’m sure that a few Casula locals will be able to think of one or two parks or reserves that could do with the benefits of having a regeneration so I encourage everyone to put those submissions in, I know I’ll certainly be having a chat to some of the team at the Professionals Casula Real Estate office to see if there are any places that we should submit!
Where do you think we should undergo regeneration work? I’d love to hear what other people would suggest.