Alluvium was engaged to undertake a Whole of water cycle assessment (WOWCA) for the proposed development at Lake Narracan.
This development will add between 3,000 to 3,400 dwellings to the region. Alluvium developed a Whole of Water Cycle strategy to inform the land budget, layout and opportunities to guide future development in the area. This plan provided the opportunity to consider the optimal sources and delivery of urban water infrastructure beyond the traditional servicing approach.
We identified and evaluated options including the integration, placement and size of stormwater treatment assets, retarding basins, overland flow paths and waterway corridors to deliver multiple potential outcomes to enhance liveability.