Community gardens are incredibly beneficial for strata properties and their residents. Not only do they improve the overall health and morale of residents, but they can also help increase the value of your strata property in the long term.
Community gardens are quickly becoming popular amongst urban strata properties as they improve the air quality, reduce waste, encourage biodiversity and preserve the environment. Additionally, they are a hub of activity and community within the strata property – a community garden brings residents together to create a beautiful garden that they can all enjoy and be proud of, together.
Designing your community strata garden
How to build and maintain your community garden
Planning and implementation
Outline factors such as the financial undertaking this project will entail and budget accordingly. You must also list any possible issues that may arise, or limitations resulting in terminating the initiative. For example, if there is a lack of participation amongst the residents, if the gardens aren’t being maintained or prioritised or if vandalism occurs.
After such factors have been considered, you can begin spreading the word and promoting this exciting new venture! Raise awareness of the incentive amongst your residents, and create excitement around the project before it is completed to ensure it is a valuable investment in the long term.
Finally, construct the garden! You may also want to consider rules or community guidelines for plot owners and the appointment of garden managers to maintain the upkeep of the garden itself.
If you are looking for a strata manager that is as passionate about community projects as you are, consider contacting us today for a chat.