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Flood Forum Victoria
13 November 2014
Key achievements
Land development activity
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10,000 statutory planning referrals (7,500 sub divisions, 2,500 development referrals)
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9,000 feasibility, building permits and offers for conditions (works)
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5,500 flood level enquiries
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13,000 phone calls per annum
Future challenges
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Sea level rise – flood mapped an additional 60,000 properties. Yet to be included in flood
overlays
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Flow velocities – similar to flood level advice however service can’t currently be
automated
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Urban growth – projections forecast an additional 1,000,000 people by 2030
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Water Act – proposed changes require new activities to be included on property
information statements
Key achievements
Supporting sustainable urban development
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Facilitating land development in the preparation and implementation of Precinct Structure
Plans and Development Services Schemes
• Plan and deliver infrastructure required for new developments to provide flood
protection, protect waterways and contribute to liveability in new growth areas
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310 projects worked on during the year
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37 new Development Services Schemes – now have 200 active Development Services
Schemes
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$105M of developer contributed assets ($76M reimbursed to developers constructing
works on our behalf plus $29M of gifted assets from developers)
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$58M financial contributions from development customers
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Increased the value of planned assets on our books to over $3.1B
Key achievements
Flood mapping
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7 drainage systems flood mapped and mitigation options developed
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21 waterway and drainage systems (rural catchments) 1% AEP flood extents flood mapped
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7 waterway and drainage systems flood mapped for full range of AEPs plus climate change scenarios
Flood Mitigation
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5 urban drainage systems flood mitigation work has progressed to functional design stage with detailed
design and construction forecast for completion by June 2016
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2 extra urban drainage systems at advanced investigation stage with construction forecast by
June 2018
Climate Change
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1% AEP and sea level rise mapping for Port Phillip Bay and Western Port completed
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Project managed Western Port pilot local coastal hazard assessment for project partners
Flood Events
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No major events however numerous minor events, especially in Bunyip River catchment
What we are working on
Regional Floodplain Management Strategy
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Commenced work on new strategy
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Reviewed implementation and effectiveness of existing Flood Management and Drainage Strategy
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Established external Project Control Board 14 partners – departments, agencies, councils,
associations – to guide development
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Target completion date of late 2015
Office Living Victoria
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Evaluated effectiveness of on-site rainwater storage for avoiding some of the future flood mitigation
costs associated with increased population and increased impervious surface areas
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Revising our Waterways and Drainage Strategy
Water Plan 4
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Commenced preparation of next pricing submission to Essential Services Commission which is due in
mid to late 2016
THANK YOU