IPWEA WA Breakfast Forum: Benefitting from Cost Effective WSUD Asset Management
17/10/2018 @ 7:00 am - 9:30 am
Challenging economic and environmental issues affect everyone, and with this comes a responsibility and need to optimise the use of scarce resources to deliver the best outcomes for our community.
Come and hear how three local governments in Perth are making a case for creating and maintaining water sensitive urban design assets to achieve corporate goals of liveability, sustainability, resilience and productivity.
Martyn Glover, Director Technical Services, City of Nedlands; Jeremy Maher, Environmental Coordinator, City of Bayswater; and Martin Spencer, Senior Strategic Urban Planner, City of Melville will describe their local approaches and then participate in a panel discussion.
Who Should Attend? If you are working in Executive Management, including Technical Services, or you are an Asset Management Lead this workshop will prove invaluable for you.
This event is supported by the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, Stormwater WA and New WAter Ways.