Drainage Work (Basset Street Reserve) Willunga

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This project has been completed.

Work is now complete

Thank you for your patience while we delivered this project.

Background

We are rehabilitating and stabilising the stormwater swale through the Basset Street Reserve in Willunga.

In partnership with City of Onkaparinga, Bassett St Reserve Neighbourhood Group and Youth and Community Conservation (YACCA) have provided input into the planning and design of the Bassett St swale project.

Both community groups have a long term commitment to the reserve involving their community in revegetation and conservation projects. The upgrade of the swale area will enhance the biodiversity and conservation outcomes for the site providing a valuable natural asset to the wider community.

Work is expected to commence in mid-August and will take approximately four weeks to complete.

View the Concept Plan.

The project aims to:

  • Rehabilitate and stabilise the swale through the reserve
  • Minimise sediment caused by erosion to reduce the risk of flooding
  • Address environmental concerns
  • Increase the safety of the reserve
  • Maintain the aesthetic theme of the surrounding area
  • Ensure the swale is ecologically and operationally maintainable

Work is now complete

Thank you for your patience while we delivered this project.

Background

We are rehabilitating and stabilising the stormwater swale through the Basset Street Reserve in Willunga.

In partnership with City of Onkaparinga, Bassett St Reserve Neighbourhood Group and Youth and Community Conservation (YACCA) have provided input into the planning and design of the Bassett St swale project.

Both community groups have a long term commitment to the reserve involving their community in revegetation and conservation projects. The upgrade of the swale area will enhance the biodiversity and conservation outcomes for the site providing a valuable natural asset to the wider community.

Work is expected to commence in mid-August and will take approximately four weeks to complete.

View the Concept Plan.

The project aims to:

  • Rehabilitate and stabilise the swale through the reserve
  • Minimise sediment caused by erosion to reduce the risk of flooding
  • Address environmental concerns
  • Increase the safety of the reserve
  • Maintain the aesthetic theme of the surrounding area
  • Ensure the swale is ecologically and operationally maintainable
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