The second meeting for this group was held on this date and saw a turnout with people coming from across Australia from a range of different organisations (e.g. councils, catchment groups, and state governments). This meeting went through the outcomes from the first meeting (e.g. name change from National WSUD Compliance Committee to National WSUD Compliance Network), and then talked about the pathway forward for the group. There was also a talk from Blacktown City Council’s WSUD Compliance Officer Kate Murphy and Acting Waterways Coordinator Kristy Good about Blacktown City Council’s experience with WSUD maintenance compliance.
One of the main points of the meeting was to go through the different ways that people can be involved and support the Network and the Framework. It was then encouraged that before the next meeting (February 2024) for people to think about how they want to be involved and support this going forward.
This meeting was led by Daniel Rider (Ocean Protect’s WSUD Specialist). If you have any questions about the meeting, please contact Daniel on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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