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Overview

Wingecarribee Shire Council has engaged J. Wyndham Prince to conduct a flood study for the Robertson Village catchment area.

 

Flood study objectives

The study will address the existing, future and continuing flood problems within Robertson Village, in particular the historical flooding issues in Hoddle Street.

 

To do this, J. Wyndham Prince will:

  • assess the current flood behaviour in and around the town under existing conditions

  • predict future flood behaviour

  • assess what impacts the proposed changes to land use surrounding the township will have on existing flood conditions

 

Why is Council undertaking this study?

Council is responsible for local planning and land management in the Robertson Village catchment area including the management of the floodplain and all existing drainage systems.

 

Council’s planning policies and long term strategies for the area need to factor flooding events to ensure that the risk to people and property is minimised.

Contact Us

FOR A FREE CONSULTATION

02 4720 3300

 

J. Wyndham Prince

David Crompton

PO Box 4366

Penrith Westfield NSW 2750

​​EMAIL

robertsonfs@jwprince.com.au

 

02 4868 0798

 

Wingecarribee Shire Council

Sha Prodhan

PO Box 141

Moss Vale NSW 2577

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Sha.Prodhan@wsc.nsw.gov.au

Project Status

 

Status update

June 29, 2017

  • Floodplain Risk Management Plan completed

  • Adopted by Council on 14 June 2017

  • Upgrade works have been scheduled into Council’s works program.

Details are listed at the following link on Wingecarribee Shire Council’s website

http://www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/services/environment/reports-and-resources/flood-studies/robertson-village-overland-flow-study

Status update

November 10, 2016

  • In August, 2016 additional investigations were undertaken for the Upper Caalong Street study

  • Upgrades were proposed to address local historical flood issues

  • Upgrade works have been scheduled into Council’s works program.

Status update

September 04, 2016

  • Public exhibition period completed.

  • Currently reviewing responses from community

  • Preparing Final Floodplain Risk Management Plan.

Status update

July 13, 2016

Stage 4 Draft Floodplain Risk Management Plan on exhibition.

Status update

June 20, 2016

  • ​Presentation to Flood Committee completed

  • Draft Floodplain Risk Management Plan approved to go on exhibition.

Status update

August 04, 2015

We're proud to announce that the following are now underway:

  • Community Consultation

  • Commencement of survey

  • Review data and start modelling works.

Status update

August 11, 2015

Letters have now been sent to residents to provide information on the study.

Status update

September 10, 2015

  • Community Consultation period ended

  • Survey field work completed

  • Stage 1 Modelling and Report underway.

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