Date(s) - 28/11/2020
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Pinjarra Junction Shopping Centre
A coastal hazard risk management and adaptation plan is needed to mitigate the impacts and risks of coastal hazards including erosion and inundation, on the Peel Harvey Estuary and tidally influenced portions of the Murray and Serpentine Rivers.
Through a collaborative, objective and comprehensive study, we are gaining a deeper understanding of our coastal areas which will be used to develop a long-term strategy to support future coastal management and planning decisions.
Keen on playing an active role in mapping the way forward for our river and estuary environments?
Drop in to this information session to chat with Shire representatives and members of the consultant team.
What’s a CHRMAP?
A Coastal Hazard Risk Management and Adaptation Plan (CHRMAP) is a strategic planning document that informs the community and decisions makers about potential coastal hazards, the consequences and necessary actions. The aim of a CHRMAP is to understand what coastal hazards mean for the community and their assets, and to plan for and adapt to the possible impacts, in association with the affected community and stakeholders.
Wednesday 25 November
4:00pm – 7:00pm
The Court House, Pinjarra