Project Leader: Liz Pattison
Documented: ??? (project papers etc?)
Funds Required: Nil (Lotterywest Grant $1 million +, plus HHF and Consortium support)
Project Team: 2-3
Hours PA: ??
Member Involvement: N/A
Status: Completed (Phase 3 Ongoing)
|Description||The Place of Reflection on the scarp of Mt Eliza (near the J.S. Roe memorial gardens, just south of the DNA Tower on Forrest Drive in Kings Park) has pathways, words of inspiration, places to sit and reflection and the Marlee pavilion where groups can hold events.
Healing Hearts Foundation/Rotary Club of Heirisson played a key role in the $1+ million project that created PoR. (Phase 1)
The Phase 1 consultancy contract was awarded to Walker Shanley & Associates and was managed by the PoR Consortium. The Consortium’s relationship dates back to 2005 when the initial feasibility study for PoR was carried out and continued through the $1m+ project to build and launch PoR.
The Consortium met monthly with Walker Shanley who provided a range of professional expertise. (Walker Shanley were also involved in assisting PoR Phase 2)
Gary Redmond and later Liz Pattison project managed the Consortium. In 2014 the PoR won the prestigious WA Landscape Architects Award for public landscaping.
[Link to Phase 2]
|Heirisson’s role and criticality to success
|Heirisson’s role was in PoR Phase 1 was largely through the Healing Hearts Foundation.
|Other Options Considered
|Delivery of the services by the Consortium organisations on a volunteer basis, which was not considered viable.
|Existing or Proposed Project/Program?
|Part of a strategic relationship or partnering/alliance?
|Strategic relationship through the PoR Consortium:
· Healing Hearts Foundation (and thus Heirisson)
· Friends of Kings Park, and
· Botanical Parks and Gardens Authority (BPGA),
with crucial support from Lotterywest.
|What difference will the Project/Program make?
|· From PoR website ?
|Other Benefits (Include sustainability of benefits, fun to do, recognition for Heirisson)
|· From PoR Website?