POMO spearheaded a pro-bono urban renewal project for the benefit of the local Nambour community. The project involved the creation of a sustainable plan aimed at revitalising the downtown Nambour CBD re-shaping the future of Nambour.
Nambour is expected to grow in population by 50% over the next twenty years. With this change comes immense opportunity for Nambour to revitalise and recreate itself as a sustainable and unique Sunshine Coast community. This change must be managed carefully in order to retain the unique character of the township as well as accommodate the changing demographic and land use patterns that will invariably occur.
POMO prepared a proposal for the community called Nambour 20 - A Twenty Year Vision for Downtown Nambour. This proposal demonstrates how urban design and planning can be strategically deployed in order to create a sustainable local community and vibrant public realm. POMO was assisted in final stages by two interns from the Urban Design and Planning department at the University of the Sunshine Coast, thanks goes to Mitch and Amy for their hard work and thanks to Nick Stevens Program Leader.
POMO was engaged to collaborate with FourFold Studio and Vee Design in the revitalisation of the main street in Miles Western Queensland. Our role was to delve in the cultural history of the town and then design a number of bespoke creative elements in the landscape that express the uniqueness of the town.