HYDSOC AGM and presentation

River Murray allocations and the Adelaide desalination plant

Dan Jordan, Director of Water Policy, DEWNR

Date: Thursday, 30 November 2017, 5.30pm nibbles, 6.30pm start

Location: Charles Hawker Centre, Waite Road, Urrbrae

HydSoc Speaker Flyer AGM 2017

HydSoc SA AGM_17_Notice_Agenda

HydSoc AGM 2017 ProxyForm

Water Sensitive Urban Design Toolkit for Greater Adelaide Region

The South Australian Government is seeking to integrate Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) into all urban development and buildings to achieve a more secure and sustainable future for Greater Adelaide. The Water For Good policy and draft 30-year Plan for Greater Adelaide identify WSUD as a key instrument in pursuing more water efficient and sustainable urban development and public open spaces.

A comprehensive guide on Water Sensitive Urban Design for the Greater Adelaide Region is available online at www.dplg.sa.gov.au/wsud. The technical manual covers a range of techniques to integrate the management of all water resources and the total water cycle into the urban development process. Residential, commercial and industrial developments and buildings can all apply WSUD measures, and the technical manual provides practical information and measures which can be adopted, depending on the size and nature of the development, building or open space.

Hardcopies or CD copies of the technical manual are also available by contacting the Department of Planning and Local Government on 8303 0725, or emailing plnsa.orders@saugov.sa.gov.au.

Water For Good: State’s Water Security Plan Released

The State’s Water Security Plan, Water For Good, has been launched by the Hon Mike Rann, Premier of South Australia, and the Hon Karlene Maywald, Minister for Water Security and Minister for the River Murray.

Water for Good is an overarching integrated management plan aimed at seeing South Australia become an internationally-recognised water sensitive State, and includes some 90 actions collectively designed to ensure a secure and reliable water supply to support economic, social and cultural development. For more information, or to download a copy of the plan, visit the Water For Good website.