A 90 hectare public park will be a feature of the Drury South Crossing residential development – a mixed-use commercial and residential development of 361 hectares, Stuff reports. It will include a wetland area and half a million newly planted native plants. The park will also be a storm water detention and treatment basin, and the 35,000 square metre wetland area has been designed in the shape of a tuna (eel). The developers will also do restoration work on the Hingaia and Maketu streams.
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