The Brabham action learning partnership is an initiative of the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) and its WA partners. It is one of a number of case studies being undertaken as part of a national project addressing integrated urban and water planning to guide water sensitive urban development outcomes (IRP3). The Brabham case study seeks to explore the opportunity presented by the Brabham site to influence and navigate the planning approvals process to deliver sustainable and liveable communities. It will focus on optimising collaboration with key stakeholders to facilitate innovative integrated water solutions in the northeast growth corridor.

This workshop was the fourth and final in a series that sought to facilitate a collaborative approach to resolving challenges around approvals processes, financing and ongoing management of new assets. Its purpose was to:

  • collectively assess current practice in relation to integrated urban and water planning
  • identify potential planning and governance ideas to support the delivery of water sensitive urban development, and
  • finalise the IRP3 Brabham project discussion, including outstanding issues and next steps.

IRP3 Brabham Workshop 4
Date: Friday 27 September 2019
Time: 9:30am to 3:00pm
Location: 140 William St, Perth

If you would like any further information please contact Sylvia Tawfik at or (03) 9905 9766.

Last updated: 23rd Sep 2019