Environmental projects receive almost $175,000
Central Coast Council environmental projects on the Peninsula have received Federal and State funding totalling $174,500.
The successful grants were finalised in the last quarter of 2019.
Bushcare, Landcare and Dunecare volunteer programs have been boosted by $32,500 through the Federal Government Communities Environment Program.
Blackwall Mountain Bushcare received $10,000, Patonga Beach Dunecare $7500, South St and Umina Community Dunecare $10,000 for its Umina Beach site; and Peninsula Dunecare $5000 for its site at Ettalong Beach,.
NSW Government's funding program, Increasing Resilience to Climate Change, has put forward $142,000 for a Climate Change Adaptive Landform Case Study at Woy Woy.
This will fund the development of a landform and drainage study for four areas subject to coastal and flood inundation on the Peninsula foreshore.
It was one of the individual master plan studies recommended in the Brisbane Water Flood Risk Management Study and Plan to mitigate flooding impacts.
The study will aim to inform guidelines for Council's Development Control Plan and include piloting different landform and drainage options.
Central Coast Council agenda 3.6, 9 Mar 2020
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