College, Orth & Werrington Creeks Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

We want your input

The College, Orth & Werrington Creeks Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan is now being compiled, and we are seeking information from people living or doing business in the area. You may have valuable local knowledge and personal experience and we are asking you to share this with us. It will help us to create a Plan that is informed by local knowledge and information that would otherwise go unrecorded.

The College, Orth and Werrington Creeks catchment covers approximately 12 square kilometres across Werrington, Werrington County, Cambridge Park, Kingswood and Caddens, generally bound by the M4 motorway in the south and Dunheved Road in the north. The study and plan are being prepared by consultants Catchment Simulation Solutions on Council’s behalf.

Full information about the Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan can be found here.


How to have your say

We welcome all input to the floodplain risk management study and plan.

Please complete the survey below by 24 October 2019.

You can fill out and submit your survey online by going here.

OR: Download it from here, fill out the survey and email it to: david.tetley@csse.com.au

OR: Download it from here, print it out and then post it to:

Penrith City Council
Engineering Services
College, Orth & Werrington Creeks Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan
PO Box 60
Penrith NSW 2751


Documents


We want your input

The College, Orth & Werrington Creeks Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan is now being compiled, and we are seeking information from people living or doing business in the area. You may have valuable local knowledge and personal experience and we are asking you to share this with us. It will help us to create a Plan that is informed by local knowledge and information that would otherwise go unrecorded.

The College, Orth and Werrington Creeks catchment covers approximately 12 square kilometres across Werrington, Werrington County, Cambridge Park, Kingswood and Caddens, generally bound by the M4 motorway in the south and Dunheved Road in the north. The study and plan are being prepared by consultants Catchment Simulation Solutions on Council’s behalf.

Full information about the Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan can be found here.


How to have your say

We welcome all input to the floodplain risk management study and plan.

Please complete the survey below by 24 October 2019.

You can fill out and submit your survey online by going here.

OR: Download it from here, fill out the survey and email it to: david.tetley@csse.com.au

OR: Download it from here, print it out and then post it to:

Penrith City Council
Engineering Services
College, Orth & Werrington Creeks Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan
PO Box 60
Penrith NSW 2751


Documents