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Starting an Asset Register for Water Sensitive Urban Design

Posted in Events, Movements by Kate Archdeacon on May 18th, 2011

3 June , 2011
9:00 amto1:00 pm


Image: Greywater Treatment System at Inkerman Oasis, St Kilda

Is your council keen to gain a better understanding of its Water Sensitive Urban Design assets? Are you interested in exploring ways of recording information necessary for effective WSUD management? Do you want to hear how local councils are starting asset registers to manage Water Sensitive Urban Design across departments?

This Clearwater Hot Topic is a terrific opportunity to hear about the importance of developing a WSUD asset register in council. Presentations throughout the day will be supported with facilitated discussion and workshop activities. Suitable for asset managers, open space managers, technology/communications staff, engineers, environment and maintenance staff.

As an attendee you will:

  • Realise the value of starting an asset register that incorporates Water Sensitive Urban Design along with drainage infrastructure.
  • View examples of WSUD asset registers developed by local councils and see how they are being used to share information, support maintenance and future planning.
  • Have the opportunity to discuss different ways to capture, manage and use data for Water Sensitive Urban Design.

Government/not for profit – $ 80.00 (Inc. GST) Commerical – $ 90.00 (Inc. GST)

Inclusions: Arrival tea and coffee, morning tea and lunch

Friday 3rd June 2011 9:00AM – 1:00PM Fenix Restaurant, 680 Victoria Street, Richmond, 3121
RSVP: Friday 27th May 2011 through the website

This event is being jointly run in partnership with the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA) and Melbourne Water.

 

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