Brown Hill & Keswick Creek Stormwater Project

Consultation has concluded

View the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

The Adelaide City, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens Councils have jointly commissioned the Draft Stormwater Management Plan - Brown Hill & Keswick Creek, which has been prepared by consultants Worley Parsons.

The principal objective of the Draft Stormwater Management Plan is to reduce the impact of major flooding across the catchment. Consultation on the Draft Plan was recently held, including online feedback received on the City of Unley's website.

Project Information

  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section for background information on this project.
  • View the 'FAQs' section for commonly asked questions about this project.

For more information please visit the City of Unley's website.

View the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

The Adelaide City, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens Councils have jointly commissioned the Draft Stormwater Management Plan - Brown Hill & Keswick Creek, which has been prepared by consultants Worley Parsons.

The principal objective of the Draft Stormwater Management Plan is to reduce the impact of major flooding across the catchment. Consultation on the Draft Plan was recently held, including online feedback received on the City of Unley's website.

Project Information

  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section for background information on this project.
  • View the 'FAQs' section for commonly asked questions about this project.

For more information please visit the City of Unley's website.

Consultation has concluded
  • Consultation has now closed

    almost 8 years ago

    Between 31 October and 12 December 2011 a community consultation process was undertaken for the Draft Plan. Members of the public were invited to attend open days to learn more about the Draft Plan, and were also invited to provide their feedback.

    The feedback collected during the consultation process will be collated into a Consultation Report. The Consultation Report will be used to determine any changes to the Draft Plan before it is submitted to each catchment Council, and then the Stormwater Management Authority for approval.

    The steps involved in this process are as follows:

    31 October – 12 December 2011
    Information provided about the Draft Plan and feedback collected.

    December 2011 – January 2012
    All feedback collected is collated and summarised into a Consultation Report.

    February – March 2012
    Findings of the Consultation Report are reviewed from a technical and feasibility perspective by the project team. Recommended changes to the Draft Plan as a result of review of the consultation findings are agreed and documented.

    March 2012
    Elected Members of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens Councils review the Consultation Report and the recommended changes to the Draft Plan.

    April 2012
    Elected Members of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens Councils formally approve the Stormwater Management Plan.

    30 April 2012
    The Stormwater Management Plan is submitted to the Stormwater Management Authority for their approval.
    Please click here for more information.

    Between 31 October and 12 December 2011 a community consultation process was undertaken for the Draft Plan. Members of the public were invited to attend open days to learn more about the Draft Plan, and were also invited to provide their feedback.

    The feedback collected during the consultation process will be collated into a Consultation Report. The Consultation Report will be used to determine any changes to the Draft Plan before it is submitted to each catchment Council, and then the Stormwater Management Authority for approval.

    The steps involved in this process are as follows:

    31 October – 12 December 2011
    Information provided about the Draft Plan and feedback collected.

    December 2011 – January 2012
    All feedback collected is collated and summarised into a Consultation Report.

    February – March 2012
    Findings of the Consultation Report are reviewed from a technical and feasibility perspective by the project team. Recommended changes to the Draft Plan as a result of review of the consultation findings are agreed and documented.

    March 2012
    Elected Members of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens Councils review the Consultation Report and the recommended changes to the Draft Plan.

    April 2012
    Elected Members of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens Councils formally approve the Stormwater Management Plan.

    30 April 2012
    The Stormwater Management Plan is submitted to the Stormwater Management Authority for their approval.
    Please click here for more information.

  • Consultation now open

    about 8 years ago

    A Draft Stormwater Management Plan has been prepared for the Brownhill Keswick Creek catchment. The catchment is made up of the Brownhill, Keswick, Glen Osmond and Parklands Creeks that flow through the Cities of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens.

    The principal objective of the Draft Stormwater Management Plan (the Draft Plan) is to reduce the impact of major flooding across the catchment.

    Members of the public are invited to provide feedback on the Draft Plan.

    Visit the City of Unley's website to learn more about Draft Plan and to provide your feedback via the online survey. Consultation closes on 12 December 2011.

    A Draft Stormwater Management Plan has been prepared for the Brownhill Keswick Creek catchment. The catchment is made up of the Brownhill, Keswick, Glen Osmond and Parklands Creeks that flow through the Cities of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens.

    The principal objective of the Draft Stormwater Management Plan (the Draft Plan) is to reduce the impact of major flooding across the catchment.

    Members of the public are invited to provide feedback on the Draft Plan.

    Visit the City of Unley's website to learn more about Draft Plan and to provide your feedback via the online survey. Consultation closes on 12 December 2011.

  • News Release - Community consultation to commence for Brownhill Keswick Creek Stormwater Plan

    by None, about 8 years ago

    Members of the public will have opportunities to learn more about proposed flood
    mitigation measures for the Brownhill Keswick Creek catchment with a community
    consultation process set to begin (Monday, October 31).

    For more details see the media release

    Members of the public will have opportunities to learn more about proposed flood
    mitigation measures for the Brownhill Keswick Creek catchment with a community
    consultation process set to begin (Monday, October 31).

    For more details see the media release

  • Brownhill Keswick Creek Draft Management Plan - Now Available

    by None, about 8 years ago
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    The Draft Management Plan will become the focus of a six-week community consultation process from October 31 to December 12 2011. The public will be invited to discuss the plan and provide feedback. Times and locations for the community consultation process will be confirmed soon and promoted through this site.

    If you would like to be kept informed about this project, click on 'subscribe' (at the top of this page) and we will send you an email when the consultation opens and whenever we add a news item to this page.

    The Draft Storm Water Management Plan is now available through our related documents. Please be advised it is a large file (15.07 MB)

    The Draft Management Plan will become the focus of a six-week community consultation process from October 31 to December 12 2011. The public will be invited to discuss the plan and provide feedback. Times and locations for the community consultation process will be confirmed soon and promoted through this site.

    If you would like to be kept informed about this project, click on 'subscribe' (at the top of this page) and we will send you an email when the consultation opens and whenever we add a news item to this page.

    The Draft Storm Water Management Plan is now available through our related documents. Please be advised it is a large file (15.07 MB)