Manly to Seaforth Flood Study

We've prepared a draft flood study for the Manly to Seaforth catchment to understand flood risks, draining to Middle Harbour, North Harbour and the Tasman Sea. The study includes the suburbs of Balgowlah Heights, Clontarf and parts of Balgowlah, Fairlight, Manly and Seaforth.

We've prepared a draft flood study for the Manly to Seaforth catchment to understand flood risks, draining to Middle Harbour, North Harbour and the Tasman Sea. The study includes the suburbs of Balgowlah Heights, Clontarf and parts of Balgowlah, Fairlight, Manly and Seaforth.

  • Have Your Say

    7 months ago

    The Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study is on public exhibition. You are invited to participate in the study by providing your comments.

    Copies of the Flood Study are available for viewing at Customer Service Centres, Council’s libraries and online.

    View the Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study (note some of these files are very large)

    If you would like to book a one-on-one information session or require property specific information please contact Patrick Stuart on 9976 1606 or patrick.stuart@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au. One on one information sessions will be held at:

    • Manly Town Hall: Tuesday 19 June 2018, 4 – 7pm, Saturday 23 June 2018, 9am – 4pm
    • Seaforth Village Community Centre: Thursday 21 June 2018, 4pm - 7pm,

    Have your Say

    • Online (closed)
    • In writing Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82,Manly NSW 1665, marked ‘Submission – Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study’
    • By email, marked ‘Submission – Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study’
    Submissions closed Friday 13 July 2018

    The Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study is on public exhibition. You are invited to participate in the study by providing your comments.

    Copies of the Flood Study are available for viewing at Customer Service Centres, Council’s libraries and online.

    View the Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study (note some of these files are very large)

    If you would like to book a one-on-one information session or require property specific information please contact Patrick Stuart on 9976 1606 or patrick.stuart@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au. One on one information sessions will be held at:

    • Manly Town Hall: Tuesday 19 June 2018, 4 – 7pm, Saturday 23 June 2018, 9am – 4pm
    • Seaforth Village Community Centre: Thursday 21 June 2018, 4pm - 7pm,

    Have your Say

    • Online (closed)
    • In writing Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82,Manly NSW 1665, marked ‘Submission – Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study’
    • By email, marked ‘Submission – Draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study’
    Submissions closed Friday 13 July 2018
  • Background

    7 months ago

    Northern Beaches Council is responsible for the identification of flood prone land in the Local Government Area (LGA). Council also has a key role in the management of risks to life and property from flooding. In this regard, one of the most important activities undertaken by Council is to increase our community's awareness of flooding so that people are better able to understand and plan for the flood risks they face.

    A consolidated flood study has not previously been conducted for the Manly to Seaforth Flood Study area. The Study defines existing and future flood behaviour, which will then be used to establish how best to manage identified flood risks.

    The draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study has been prepared to understand flood risks in the catchments of the former Manly Council area, draining to Middle Harbour, North Harbour and the Tasman Sea. The study includes the suburbs of Balgowlah Heights, Clontarf and parts of Balgowlah, Fairlight, Manly and Seaforth.

    Community involvement in managing flood risks is essential for:

    • raising awareness in the community about the potential for flooding in the catchment
    • improving the decision making process

    Northern Beaches Council is responsible for the identification of flood prone land in the Local Government Area (LGA). Council also has a key role in the management of risks to life and property from flooding. In this regard, one of the most important activities undertaken by Council is to increase our community's awareness of flooding so that people are better able to understand and plan for the flood risks they face.

    A consolidated flood study has not previously been conducted for the Manly to Seaforth Flood Study area. The Study defines existing and future flood behaviour, which will then be used to establish how best to manage identified flood risks.

    The draft Manly to Seaforth Flood Study has been prepared to understand flood risks in the catchments of the former Manly Council area, draining to Middle Harbour, North Harbour and the Tasman Sea. The study includes the suburbs of Balgowlah Heights, Clontarf and parts of Balgowlah, Fairlight, Manly and Seaforth.

    Community involvement in managing flood risks is essential for:

    • raising awareness in the community about the potential for flooding in the catchment
    • improving the decision making process