Alluvium developing Sydney Water’s WSUD Policy

Alluvium developing Sydney Water’s WSUD Policy

14.12.2014 - Posted by Richard McManus

Alluvium is currently working with Sydney Water on a significant project to develop a Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) Policy for the organisation. The project ties in to Sydney Water’s corporate vision that “Sydney Water is the Lifestream of Sydney” and their strategy for enhancing the liveability of our cities. The WSUD policy will help Sydney Water link their programs to their customers’ objectives for a more liveable urban environment.

The project has involved significant consultation throughout Sydney Water, including numerous interviews and small group sessions. In early October, Alluvium facilitated a WSUD Symposium with four keynote speakers and 60 Sydney Water staff. The project has been very well-received and we are excited about where the project could lead.

Photo caption: Sydney Water WSUD Symposium speakers and organisers (L to R): Fernando Ortega (Sydney Water), Daniel Cunningham (Sydney Water), Richard McManus (Alluvium), Bhakti Devi (Sydney Water), Rebekah Brown (Monash University), Ian Wright (UWS), Adrian McGregor (McGregor Coxall), Phill Birtles (Sydney Water), and Chris Chesterfield (CRC WSC)