A decentralised water master plan for the city of Sydney: Developing the baseline

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Water Practice and Technology, 2012, 7 (4)
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2012-12-19
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The City of Sydney is working to realise its vision to be a GREEN, GLOBAL and CONNECTED city, a vision articulated in their strategy Sustainable Sydney 2030 by undertaking a bold and ambitious project. The project will showcase how inner suburban areas can be retrofitted with innovative water systems to achieve integrated, resilient and sustainable water cycle outcomes. The baselining process is a major step in the development of a suite of plans that constitute the Decentralised Water Master Plan, including: a Water Efficiency Plan, a Stormwater Infrastructure Improvement Plan, a Water Sensitive Urban Design Plan and a Decentralised Non-Potable Water Network Plan. Significant community consultation is being undertaken to ensure the community and stakeholders have opportunities to input into the project. The final plan will not be a fixed document but will be an evolving document to take into account changing contexts and additional data as it becomes available. © IWA Publishing 2012.
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