Jewells Flood Planning

Consultation has concluded

Council adopted the Jewells Wetland Floodplain Risk Management Study and Management Plan at its meeting on Monday 26 February 2018.

Click here for a snapshot of participation.

The Plan covers the Jewells Wetland catchment, and includes the Scrubby Creek, Crokers Creek and Johnson Creek tributaries, and covers parts of the suburbs of Mount Hutton, Tingira Heights, Windale, Gateshead, Bennetts Green, Redhead and Jewells.

The study builds on the 2013 Jewells Flood study and identifies a number of management measures that can be used to reduce future flood risks in the catchment. Once finalised, this document will be used by Council to manage existing and future flood risks and mitigate damage from floods within the area.

Thank you to those who provided feedback.



Council adopted the Jewells Wetland Floodplain Risk Management Study and Management Plan at its meeting on Monday 26 February 2018.

Click here for a snapshot of participation.

The Plan covers the Jewells Wetland catchment, and includes the Scrubby Creek, Crokers Creek and Johnson Creek tributaries, and covers parts of the suburbs of Mount Hutton, Tingira Heights, Windale, Gateshead, Bennetts Green, Redhead and Jewells.

The study builds on the 2013 Jewells Flood study and identifies a number of management measures that can be used to reduce future flood risks in the catchment. Once finalised, this document will be used by Council to manage existing and future flood risks and mitigate damage from floods within the area.

Thank you to those who provided feedback.



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    Feedback Submission Form

    Council welcomes your feedback on the Draft Risk Management Study and Risk Management Plan that has been prepared for managing flood risks in the Jewells Wetland catchment.

    The report describes recommendations for how flood liable lands within the catchments are to be managed, now and into the future, and identifies which of the options are recommended for adoption by Council. Please let us know what you think of these.

    Submissions close 25 July, 2016.

    Council welcomes your feedback on the Draft Risk Management Study and Risk Management Plan that has been prepared for managing flood risks in the Jewells Wetland catchment.

    The report describes recommendations for how flood liable lands within the catchments are to be managed, now and into the future, and identifies which of the options are recommended for adoption by Council. Please let us know what you think of these.

    Submissions close 25 July, 2016.

    Consultation has concluded