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Tools and Products

Overview The Tools and Products (TAP) program aims to enable industry adoption and utilisation of key intellectual property outputs from CRCWSC research, to support mainstreaming of water sensitive technologies and practises. Building on the research outputs and tools developed in…
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Urban intensification and green infrastructure: towards a water sensitive city (Project D5.1)

Overview Water sensitive urban design (WSUD) is commonly implemented at a precinct-scale. This enables an integrated approach and the application of an appropriate mix of design and technologies for a spatially-relevant, climate-resilient, and resource-sensitive outcome where local water capture, storage,…
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Science-Policy partnerships (Project D3.1)

Overview Relationships that facilitate dialogue and discussion between researchers and policy makers, referred to as “science-policy partnerships”, are a key adoption pathway that specifically targets the integration of research outcomes into policy-making processes to influence the transition toward water sensitive…
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Water Sensitive Cities Modelling Toolkit (Project D1.5)

Overview This project will build on the activities and achievements of the project "Integration and demonstration through urban design" (Project D1.1), that resulted in the development and delivery of the Water Sensitive Cities Modelling Toolkit (Version 2 beta). The purpose…
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Social-technical flood resilience in water sensitive cities – quantitative spatio-temporal flood risk modelling in an urban context (Project B4.1)

Overview Recent urban floods have highlighted the need for integrating the planning of urban water systems with other aspects, notably spatial urban planning processes. A number of worldwide studies have found that water in an urban context needs to be…
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Learning through demonstration and integration (Project D1.4)

Overview Generating learning opportunities through demonstration projects and case studies will deliver tangible and practical outcomes for CRCWSC participants. Through focused, well-designed demonstrations of on-ground technologies and non-structural innovations (i.e. new guidance or strategic planning), Project D1.4 will deliver an…
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Social-Technical Flood Resilience in Water Sensitive Cities – Adaptation across spatial & temporal scales (Project B4.2)

Overview In recent years the prolonged drought in Australia has been interrupted by heavy rainfall causing flooding in many urban and rural areas. Rules for responding and adapting to changing flood and drought risks, in an integrated fashion, are still…
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Cities as Water Supply Catchments: Integration and demonstration through urban design (Project D1.1)

Overview The project focused on knowledge sharing between researchers and industry partners through the development and application of the Water Sensitive Cities Modelling Toolkit. The Toolkit provides a platform for the synthesis of green infrastructure and stormwater management research from…
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Statutory planning for water sensitive cities (Project B5.1)

Overview Most developments must go through statutory planning processes, including approval of structure plans, zoning, development permits and planning appeals. The likelihood of wide-scale adoption of water sensitive urban design (WSUD) could be vastly enhanced if WSUD principles are embedded…
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