Planning for a Water Sensitive City – why it’s important for metro and regional Councils
Many Councils have recently developed or are in the process of developing Local Strategic Planning Statements (LSPS) and have included the importance of water sensitive design and the intention to strategically manage water in all of its forms.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities is hosting a series of webinars from November until March, leading up to its annual conference in March 2021.
This first webinar in this series will introduce the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) and more specifically the tools it has developed to help Councils strategically plan for water. The webinar on Tuesday 17th November at 12:30 pm (AEST) will include:
- Malcolm Eadie will talk about what the CRCWSC has achieved over the last 8 years and an overview of the tools it has produced.
- Nell Graham, the CRCWSC NSW RAP Chairperson, will discuss why these tools are important for metro Councils and how the tools can help Councils develop a their water sensitive strategies.
- Emma Brunton, the CRCWSC NSW RAP Deputy Chairperson, will discuss why these tools are important for regional Councils and how the tools can specifically help regional Council in their pursuit of water sensitive design
To register for this FREE webinar now:
Name: Planning for a Water Sensitive City – why it’s important for metro and regional Councils
Date: Tuesday 17th November, 2020
Time: 12:30 – 1:30 pm (AEST)
Register: Please register for this webinar to obtain the zoom link
For further information, please contact Beth Salt, CRCWSC NSW Regional Manager 0447 732 624