This residential development in Bellevue (Perth, WA) will demonstrate how water sensitive urban design can be implemented in practice, in a location with complex drainage interactions, flooding issues, and complex multi stakeholder agency arrangements, including the Shire of Mundaring, City of Swan, Department of Water, Water Corporation, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (formally DPAW) and developers.

Stakeholders on this case study are invited to attend a workshop that follows on from the initial scoping meeting held on 24th March 2017. This workshop will update the stakeholders on the progress made in the IRP2 project this year, focusing only on the tools relevant to this case study site. Dr Sayed Iftekhar and Dr Asha Gunawardena will give a detailed presentation on the Benefit Transfer Tool and Non-Market Values Database, Professor David Pannell will give an update on the direction and progress made in developing a Benefit:Cost Analysis tool, and the Developer will give an update on the progress made in obtaining the necessary approvals to commence. The aim of this workshop is to have an open and informative discussion with the stakeholders on the type and scope of values that will be most relevant to this development. The exchange of ideas and information will ensure the tools are being developed with the capacity to adequately address the needs of these stakeholders, and the industry in general.

IRP2 WP5.3   Workshop: Case Study on residential development with WSUD, Perth

Date: Monday 16th October, 2017
Time: 2pm – 4:30pm
Location: University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA

Registration for this event is by invitation only. If you would like any further information or would like to nominate someone to participate in this case study please contact  Tammie Harold at   or (08) 6488 5507.

Last updated: 17th Oct 2017