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Paul McAnteeBrisbane City Council      Australia
Where we have been                    We are here                           Where we want to beWater Supply City      Sewe...
A well designed cityThree City-wide Outcomes:                              Sustainable       Healthy River                ...
Delivering a Water Smart City - Focus on continual improvement of allaspects of policy, planning and delivery of water man...
1. Strategy direction2. Program effectiveness3. Project effectiveness
Creek RehabilitationPollutant removal (WSUD)
(Refer pg 29 report)
Telegraph Road                                                                                         N                  ...
Creek Ranger Program
Local Waterway Health Assessment site
Kedron Brook Catchment overviewKedron Brooks headwaters begin in Brisbane Forest Park in thewest, and flows east through t...
Local Waterway Health Assessment Site###The Local Waterway Health Assessment (LWHA) program hasbeen gathering data on the ...
Local Waterway Health Assessment Site###How you can assist Council in improving the healthof our waterways
Transitioning to the WaterSensitive City: Historical, current and future transition states,            Image Adaptive Mana...
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
Bcc 20091205  bcc iwc prioritisation
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  1. 1. Paul McAnteeBrisbane City Council Australia
  2. 2. Where we have been We are here Where we want to beWater Supply City Sewered City Drained City Waterways City Water Cycle City Water Smart City A well designed city Journey towards a Water Smart City Sustainable Healthy River water use & bay Adapted from the ‘Urban Water Management Transitions Framework’ diagram (Brown et al, 2008)
  3. 3. A well designed cityThree City-wide Outcomes: Sustainable Healthy River water use & bayKey Performance Indicators:
  4. 4. Delivering a Water Smart City - Focus on continual improvement of allaspects of policy, planning and delivery of water management withinBrisbane.Drivers:
  5. 5. 1. Strategy direction2. Program effectiveness3. Project effectiveness
  6. 6. Creek RehabilitationPollutant removal (WSUD)
  7. 7. (Refer pg 29 report)
  8. 8. Telegraph Road N Gateway N Bill Brown N Lemke Road N Dorville Road Roghan Road Boondall Wetlands N N N Rotary Park N Pineapple Street N Gertrude Street Longbill Place N Nemira Street N N Poplar Place N Church Road Albany Creek Road N N Aspley High N Zillmere Road LEGEND Beckett Road N Waterways N Assessment Sections Pick ‘N’ Pay Subcatchment Boundaries NOld Northern Road Bank Protection A Very High Horn Road Habitat B High N N Corridor C Moderate Aesthetics D Low Trouts Road Shade N E Very Low N Sub-surface Nitrogen Removal Surface Water Filtering Recreation Hoffman Street Flood Abatement 1000 metres N Rogers Parade NA Waterway Piped or RZES Not Assessed N
  9. 9. Creek Ranger Program
  10. 10. Local Waterway Health Assessment site
  11. 11. Kedron Brook Catchment overviewKedron Brooks headwaters begin in Brisbane Forest Park in thewest, and flows east through the northern suburbs of Brisbane. Thewaterway flows past the airport via Schultz Canal and the KedronBrook Floodway to enter Moreton Bay between Nudgee Beach andEagle Farm.Although the majority of the catchment is urban residential land,there are significant bushland and wetland areas, as well as smallpockets of industrial and agricultural area. Kedron Brook hassignificant amounts of parkland along the Brook with the KedronBrook Bikeway following the majority of the Brooks length.Here are some initiatives that are happening in this catchmentto assist Council in achieving a Well designed city, Healthyriver and bay and Sustainable water use:Gully reconstructionMajor drainage projectsStormwater drainage rehabilitationCatchment Creek Ranger ProjectLocal Waterway Health Assessment
  12. 12. Local Waterway Health Assessment Site###The Local Waterway Health Assessment (LWHA) program hasbeen gathering data on the Ecological Health of Brisbane’s localwaterways since January 2006. The LWHA program collects dataaround water quality, in-stream health and creek corridor health.The data is collected at 48 sites around the site.LWHA data for this site
  13. 13. Local Waterway Health Assessment Site###How you can assist Council in improving the healthof our waterways
  14. 14. Transitioning to the WaterSensitive City: Historical, current and future transition states, Image Adaptive Management Cycle - Marine and AtmosphericResearch: Management Strategy Evaluation

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