Survey - Have Your Say on the Draft Marks Point and Belmont South Local Adaptation Plan
The adaptive approach outlined in the draft Plan means that we plan for the worst but only act when necessary. In other words, actions to manage flooding and tidal inundation will be spread over many years, up to the end of the Century. These actions are triggered and guided by changes in lake levels or when infrastructure and buildings are redeveloped.
Six core management actions form the basis of an adaptation strategy to the end of the Century.
A more detailed 10-year action plan sets out specific tasks to apply new design standards to new buildings and infrastructure, review planning and development controls, and coordinate land filling with the raising of drains and roads. Pages 21-31 of the draft Plan provide more information on the timing of actions over the next ten years.
This survey lets you comment on any of the six core
management actions or the draft Plan in its entirety.
You can also make a general submission by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Local Adaptation Plan).