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Flood Risk Management

Effective Consideration of Flood Risk in Land Using Planning

Flooding causes the most damage in economic terms of any natural hazard in Australia, resulting in injury and death, and yet out of all natural hazards, it is the most manageable. The New South Wales Government's Floodplain Development Manual 2005 shows how to better manage development on the floodplain considering flood risk.

This program is particularly useful for

  • Local Government Councilors
  • Community representatives on floodplain risk management committees seeking a background in floodplain risk management and associated land use planning issues
Code: EIT15009 Date: 08 Oct 2015
Area of Interest: Engineering Time: 8:30AM-12:30PM
Location: UTS - Broadway (Engineering) - venue tbc Week Day: Thursday
Fee: AU$550.00
18 seats available

Managing Flood Risk to Existing Property

Flooding causes the most damage in economic terms of any natural hazard in Australia, resulting in injury and death, and yet out of all natural hazards, it is the most manageable. The New South Wales Government's Floodplain Development Manual 2005 shows how to better manage development on the floodplain considering flood risk.

This program is particularly useful for

  • Local Government Councilors
  • Community representatives on floodplain risk management committees seeking a background in floodplain risk management and associated land use planning issues
Code: EIT15008 Date: 10 Sep 2015
Area of Interest: Engineering Time: 8:30AM-12:30PM
Location: UTS - Broadway (Engineering) - venue tbc Week Day: Thursday
Fee: AU$550.00
15 seats available
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