Mascot, Rosebery & Eastlakes Floodplain Risk Management
Published on 02 March 2016
Mascot, Rosebery And Eastlakes Floodplain Risk Management – Community Consultation Event
City of Botany Bay City Council is embarking on a detailed study to identify potential flood mitigation works in the Mascot, Rosebery and Eastlakes areas. With financial assistance from the NSW Government, Council has engaged consultants Royal HaskoningDHV to undertake the Mascot, Rosebery and Eastlakes Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan. The project will be undertaken between February 2016 and February 2017.
We are seeking the community's input by collecting information (photos, videos etc) on any flooding or drainage problems that you may have experienced in the past, and also your ideas on how to reduce flooding.
You are invited to attend a Community Consultation Open day on 5 April 2016 between 3 – 8pm at Botany Town Hall (corner of Edward Street and Botany Road). At this event you will be able to meet members of the flood study team, ask questions and have your say on flooding in the Mascot, Rosebery and Eastlakes areas.
Alternatively you can send any information or thoughts you have to email Nick Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 02 8854 5101. All information provided is confidential and used only for the purpose of the study.