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Have your say on the draft Sustainable Stormwater Strategy

Have your say on the draft Sustainable Stormwater Strategy

22 July 2016

Community feedback is sought for the draft Greater Dandenong Sustainable Stormwater Strategy, adopted by Council at the meeting held on 11 July 2016 and released for community exhibition for 28 days.

The draft Sustainable Stormwater Strategy outlines a 10-year framework for Council and the community to work together to identify, protect and improve Greater Dandenong’s stormwater assets, reduce flood risk, while welcoming sustainable growth and investment within the city.

The Vision of the Strategy is to develop and manage the drainage and waterways assets to create a clean, attractive, safe, resilient and environmentally sustainable city, where current and future generations enjoy a high quality of life.

 This draft Strategy is structured around five key areas, based on predominant land use:

  • Infill residential catchments (Springvale, Noble Park, Dandenong etc.)
  • New residential areas (Keysborough South)
  • Commercial and industrial areas (e.g. Dandenong South)
  • Green wedge (eg Bangholme).
  • Parks, reserves and waterways

Council is seeking your feedback and comments by 19 August 2016 to  

Download the draft Sustainable Stormwater Strategy 2016 (PDF - 9MB)

For further information contact Clancy Philippe, Team Leader Asset Planning, Engineering Services, Tel. 8571 1000. 

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