Coastal Hazards Adaptation Strategy

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Updated September 2020

Consultation on the Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy Project has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback.

The next steps of the project are to develop a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy considering community feedback and suggestions received.

As our climate changes, Brisbane City Council wants to ensure our coastal communities remain resilient and safe, confident and ready for coastal hazards such as cyclones, coastal erosion, storm-tides and sea level rise.

Council is developing a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy to assess the risk from projected effects of sea level rise over the medium to long term, and propose adaption measures to mitigate impacts.

Council is gathering local knowledge about areas in Brisbane affected by coastal hazards. This feedback will assist Council understand the different types of coastal hazards, specific locations and suggested solutions.

Council is receiving funding support through the QCoast2100 program, a partnership between the Queensland Government and the Local Government Association Queensland for the development and implementation of the strategy.


Updated September 2020

Consultation on the Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy Project has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback.

The next steps of the project are to develop a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy considering community feedback and suggestions received.

As our climate changes, Brisbane City Council wants to ensure our coastal communities remain resilient and safe, confident and ready for coastal hazards such as cyclones, coastal erosion, storm-tides and sea level rise.

Council is developing a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy to assess the risk from projected effects of sea level rise over the medium to long term, and propose adaption measures to mitigate impacts.

Council is gathering local knowledge about areas in Brisbane affected by coastal hazards. This feedback will assist Council understand the different types of coastal hazards, specific locations and suggested solutions.

Council is receiving funding support through the QCoast2100 program, a partnership between the Queensland Government and the Local Government Association Queensland for the development and implementation of the strategy.


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