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Moree Floodplain Risk Management

Review of Moree and Environs Flood Study/Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan - Volume III - 23 May 2019

Moree and Environs Draft Floodplain Risk Management Plan Independent Review April 2019

Review of Moree and Environs Flood Study/Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan, Volume II - 31 May 2017

Floodplain Management Plan for the Gwydir Valley Floodplain 2016

Review of Moree and Environs Flood Study Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan - Flood Study Report -  Volume I - January 2017

Review of Moree and Environs Flood Study/Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan - Flood Study Calibration Report - March 2016

Moree Flood Study Final - February1995

 

Mungindi Floodplain Risk Management

Floodplain Risk Management Plan - November 2014 - by BG&E

Floodplain Risk Management Study (No appendix) - by Coffey

Floodplain Risk Management Study (optimised) - January 2011 - by Coffey

Mungindi Flood Investigation Levee Failure - February 2013 - By Cardno

Mungindi Flood Study 2004 - Lawson and Treloar

Mungindi Levee Flood Anaylsis 2009 - by Webb and McKeown

Mungindi Regional Hydraulic Model Calibration Report - September 2016 - by Water Technology

Mungindi Rural Hotspot Flood Investigation - October 2013 - by Water Technology

 

Pallamallawa Floodplain Risk Management

Northern Levee Design Review - Community Meeting Minutes

Pallamallawa Northern Levee Design Review

 

Boggabilla Floodplain Risk Management

Boggabilla Floodplain Risk Management Plan by BGE 8 October 2015 as presented to Council March 2016

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Floodplain Risk Management

Under the NSW Government’s Flood Prone Land Policy, councils across NSW are responsible for the management of flood liable land.

We have a responsibility to manage floodplains to ensure that any:

  • New development will not experience undue flood risk; and
  • Existing development will not be adversely flood affected through increased damage or hazard as a result of any new development.

We need to have a policy with respect to controlling development on flood prone land and in doing so, be satisfied that all new development adequately minimises the risk to human life and damage to property, and avoids significant adverse impacts on flood behaviour and the environment. 

 Floodplain Risk Management PallamallawaMoreeMungindi Floodplain Risk Management Presentations  Floodplain Risk Management Council Reports and Minutes
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Current Policy

Moree and Environs Flood Risk Management Plan, adopted 17 July 2008

Moree Plains Local Environmental Plan 2011

Moree Plains Development Control Plan 2013

 

Moree Plains Shire Council Floodplain Risk Management Committee Members

Councillor Katrina Humphries
Councillor John Tramby
Chris Hartin
Sonia Rowe
Rosemary Shepherd
Jamie Davis
Julie Depczynski
Bruce Monie
Kelly James
Neville Mitchell
Rob Long
Greg Hartman
Garry Onus
Dominique Hodgkinson
William Penfold
Peter Prosser
Zara Lowien
Katrina Makim
Council Engineering and Planning Staff
Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH)
State Emergency Service (SES)

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