Burke Shire Council have recently completed a Coastal Hazard Adaption Strategy (CHAS) under the QCoast2100 program, which is a state-wide initiative of the Queensland Government and the Local Government Association of Queensland.
The strategy, known as the “Resilient Coast – Resilient Gulf” strategy will assist Council to proactively plan for managing coastal hazard impacts until 2100, especially those related to climate change.
The process undertaken has involved the engagement of a number of key community stakeholders, with the document now presented as a Final Draft.
If you are interested in contributing to the Resilient Coast – Resilient Gulf strategy, please put forward your ideas as your input will be valuable to inform the future Council initiatives. Comments and feedback can be provided by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in writing directly to Council, addressed to Graham O’Byrne.