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6 Flood Projects found

Organisations: Penrith City Council Tags: Penrith

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    Flood study

    Penrith CBD Detailed Overland Flow Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 07/07/2015
    Penrith City Council completed a broad-scale overland flow flood study (”Overview Study”) in October 2006 (Cardno Lawson Treloar, 2006) in order to prioritise future detailed...

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Hawkesbury-Nepean Floodplain Management Strategy Implementation

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/10/2004
    Table of contents: The Hawkesbury-Nepean flood problem Providing effective evacuation routes Better flood forecasting and warning Improved flood emergency response...

  • Flood Project
    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Road Evacuation Route Upgrade Strategy Local Hydraulics Specification Study E...

    Completed
    Publication date: 06/03/2002
    This Study investigated the hydraulic capacity of ten (10) low points identified in the road network used for emergency flood evacuation in the Emu Plains area. The Emu Plains...

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Nepean River at Penrith Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/04/1997
    The Nepean River Flood Study at Penrith was commenced in March 1995 to consolidate previous studies covering this area and establish flooding behaviour under existing floodplain...

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    Flood study

    Peach Tree Creek - Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/09/1994
    The purpose of the study was to define flood behaviour in the Peach Tree Creek floodplain, which is located on the right bank of the Nepean. River between the M4 Motorway and...

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    Post event flood behaviour reports

    Camden, Penrith - Report on the 1867 Flood

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/01/1985
    This report presents an estimate 16,600 cubic metres per second for the peak flow rate in the Warragamba Gorge during the flood on or around the 22nd of June 1867. The method...