Nature Strip Mowing Policy

Consultation has concluded


Council is committed to ensuring that the streetscape in the Canterbury-Bankstown LGA is of a standard that improves local amenity, minimises public safety risks and maintains pedestrian access.

The Nature Strip Mowing Policy sets out the respective responsibilities of Canterbury-Bankstown Council (Council) and residents in relation to the mowing of nature strips and defines how Council will manage nature strips in the City. It also outlines the criteria for determining whether Council may provide assistance to residents in the mowing of nature strips adjacent to private property.

Exhibition Period

The exhibition period for the Nature Strip Mowing Policy was from Wednesday, 4 September to Tuesday 1 October 2019.

Have your say

Thank you to all those who have provided their feedback. Submissions are now closed and under review with Council.

For more information

If you would like to discuss this Nature Strip Mowing Policy, call Council’s Engagement Team on 9707 9239.


Council is committed to ensuring that the streetscape in the Canterbury-Bankstown LGA is of a standard that improves local amenity, minimises public safety risks and maintains pedestrian access.

The Nature Strip Mowing Policy sets out the respective responsibilities of Canterbury-Bankstown Council (Council) and residents in relation to the mowing of nature strips and defines how Council will manage nature strips in the City. It also outlines the criteria for determining whether Council may provide assistance to residents in the mowing of nature strips adjacent to private property.

Exhibition Period

The exhibition period for the Nature Strip Mowing Policy was from Wednesday, 4 September to Tuesday 1 October 2019.

Have your say

Thank you to all those who have provided their feedback. Submissions are now closed and under review with Council.

For more information

If you would like to discuss this Nature Strip Mowing Policy, call Council’s Engagement Team on 9707 9239.

Nature Strip Mowing Policy

Consultation has concluded