Coastal resources developed by Crown Lands, NSW Department of Planning and Environment
In 2015 Local Government Victoria published the Local Government Asset Management Better Practice Guide.
In 2013, The Nature Conservancy developed a report on ‘Integrated Infrastructure into Urban Coastal Resilience‘.
A Guide to improving the environmental value of seawalls and seawall-lined foreshores in Estuaries. Published by OEH and CMA, 2012.
Guidelines for Sand Nourishment have been developed through the Office of Environment and Heritage Coastal Processes and Responses Node. The Report provides guidance on artificial sand nourishment to improve beach amenity and/or increase protection for backshore assets. ‘It may be a standalone measure for protection, or be used to improve the beach amenity in combination with other adaptation measures such as a seawall’.
Guidelines for Seawall Adaptation have been developed through the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Coastal Processes and Responses Node. ‘These guidelines provide information to help decision makers using a risk-based approach to optimise upgrades for existing structures and to design for staged construction of new seawalls that are resilient and adaptive to changing conditions’.
CoastAdapt is a website resource developed by the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) to assist councils and other stakeholders to build capacity and knowledge on climate change, coastal management and adaptation.
Go to: www.coastadapt.com.au
Factsheet on the Sydney Coastal Councils Group project ‘Prioritising Coastal Adaptation Development Options for Local Government’, prepared as a resource for CoastAdapt.
In 2011 the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency published a supplement to the first pass national assessment ‘Climate Change Risks to coastal Buildings and Infrastructure’.