The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and the City of Kingston are jointly holding a new exciting competition where residents can develop creative ideas on what Moorabbin Junction will look like in 100 years.
Street 14 is a competition where dreams can be explored and big ideas are encouraged. The competitions purpose is to generate a large supply of fantastic ideas, in order to re-envisage what the retail heart of Moorabbin Junction could look like in the future.
Council encourages everybody to participate in Street 14, as it is a great opportunity for residents to be a part of developing the future of their municipality. This will also be a good occasion for students and young adults who have an interest in landscaping architecture, as it will give them a hands-on experience in the field.
This will be an open competition with a great prize pool, including an Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) prize, a Student prize, a Best Urban Tactic prize, and lastly a Moorabbin community prize.
More information can be found on Moorabbin Junction’s new website, which is the place to go to see updates about Moorabbin Junction Urban Renewal Strategy and the Street 14 competition. The website will also be the prime spot for investing in new local businesses, reading write-ups about the local retail, food and shopping industry, as well as finding out what is happening around the vicinity.
Find out more here