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EOI Tarrington Water Tower Green Space Project

Leadership Great South Coast, in partnership with the Tarrington Progress Association, Tarrington Senior Citizens and Wannon Water, is calling for expressions of interest from landscapers to complete the major works required to establish a community green space at the base of the Tarrington Water Tower (7892 Hamilton Highway, Tarrington, VIC 3301).


Tarrington is an idyllic community, close to Hamilton in the Southern Grampians Shire. In the middle of this town sits a decommissioned water tower. The Tarrington community would like to transform this unused piece of land into a green space for the whole community to enjoy. The final product will be an accessible, multi-purpose green space that will encourage inter-generational connection between the senior citizens and school children.

 A beautiful and productive green space that facilitates intergenerational social connection, recreational time in nature, and shared community responsibility.

You can access the Expression of Interest doc for the Tarrington Water Tower Project Here

 

Access Photos of Tarrington Water Tower Here

Selection Process

Step 1: From the completed expressions of interest, the landscaper with the strongest application will be invited for an onsite meeting (or online if necessary) with the project team to further discuss the project. If the landscaper is considered well suited to the project after this meeting, they will be selected.

 

Step 2: In consultation with the project team, the selected landscaper will finalise the design and cost of the project. The project team will review the final design and cost and, after any required alterations or negotiations, a contract will be written up for the landscaping work.

 

Step 3: The work will commence once the contract is signed off by all parties. The date of completion will be negotiated between both parties, likely to be late November.



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