Save the Highett Grassy Woodland
Please help to save this precious public land for recreation and the environment!
Amazingly, the Highett Grassy Woodland has survived in Melbourne despite 150 years of grazing, market gardens, tree felling, and building in the surrounding area.
We ALL need Open Space...!
- Bayside Council Protects Parkland at CSIRO Site
- A Letter to Supporters of the HGW
- Andrew Robb working hard to Save HGW
- Coalition Pledge to Retain HGW
- Highett Grassy Woodlands Plan Revealed
- Behind The Cyclone Wire
- CSIRO accused of ‘Hiding’ Report
- Green Group wants Third of Site Saved
- Letter from ‘Places Victoria’
- CSIRO Denies Sale in Highett
- Age Journalist Reports Sale
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Archive for September, 2011
Posted on September 29, 2011 | 1 CommentBy Jon Andrews 29 September 2011 THE CSIRO site in Highett is being assessed for indigenous artefacts. Bordered by Graham Rd and Middleton St, the large block of federal land,...
Posted on September 28, 2011 | No CommentsMelbourne Weekly Bayside – September 28 “Your Voice” (Page 4) By Fran Dedrick I live in Cheltenham not far from the CSIRO site. I look at the trees there every...
Posted on September 17, 2011 | No CommentsSouth-eastern skyline to rise up at Highett The Age Marc Pallisco September 17, 2011 THE Victorian government’s development arm is poised to seize control of a highly anticipated infill site...
Posted on September 7, 2011 | 5 CommentsPlease go DIRECTLY to the original Bayside Leader article and leave a Comment THERE… …the more Comments they get, the more interested they will be in writing more HGW articles....
Posted on September 3, 2011 | No CommentsSource: The Age By Marc Pallisco 3 September 2011 ENDING years of speculation, the federal government is readying to sell one of the south-eastern suburbs’ most anticipated development sites. Under...