Gawler 2013-14 Annual Report - page 179

Town of GawlerAnnual Report 2013/14
Page179
introduction • summary • strategic directions •
statutory information
• index
GawlerRiver FloodplainManagement Authority
AchievementsAgainst theBusinessPlan 2013
2016 for theperiod July2013 to June 2014
Part C: Operationof theRegional Subsidiary
PerformanceTargets:
Timings:
TobemeasuredBy:
Actual Achievements
Reports toStakeholders
Twice yearly
Thepublication and distribution of aFact
Sheet to all stakeholders andaffected
landowners.
Newsletter forwarded to all stakeholders inMarch
2014
Bi-Monthly
KeyOutcomesSummary to bepublished
following eachBoardMeeting to includea
summaryof the progress of the
development of theScheme.
KeyOutcomesSummaryprepared following
meetings
Maintain effectiveRegional
Subsidiary
December
Theperformanceof theExecutiveOfficer
be reviewed annually
Review conducted inDecember 2013
August
Theappointment of Auditor, Bank
Operators, levels of insurance, appropriate
registrations, delegations andpolicies be
reviewedannually.
Auditor reappointedup to 30June 2014
Appropriate levelsof insurance reviewed in July
2013
Reviewof theBusiness
Plan
By 31
st
March
Review theBusinessPlan prior to preparing
theBudget
Forward to theCouncils
June2014
BusinessPlan 2014-2017adopted
August 2013
Achievementsagainst the
BusinessPlan 2012-2013 presented
Annual Budget
By 31
st
March, June,
October, December
Adopt for consultation forward toCouncils
Adopt Budget
copy toCouncils in 5 days
Conduct Budget Reviews
April 2014
Approved for consultation
Budget 2014
2015 adoptedat JuneBoard
meeting
Subscriptions
June
December
Send half year subscriptions toCouncil
Send half year subscriptions toCouncil
All subscriptionspaid
Report toConstituent
Councils
Following eachBoard
meeting
By 30
th
September
The receipt of the following reports by
Councils:
BoardMeetingKeyOutcome
Summary
Annual Report includingAnnual
Financial Statements
KeyOutcomesSummaryprepared following
meetings
Annual Report forwarded electronically to
Councilson 13September 2013
NorthernExpresswayworks and theadditional floodplainmapping completed as part of the Light River TemplersCreek Salt CreekMappingStudy by the
District Council of Mallala.
Four To further develop the preliminaryassessment of possible local area levees prepared in the 2008Gawler River FloodplainMappingStudy at Gawler, Angle
ValeandTwoWells and develop a levee strategy for Virginia to a robust design standardwitha staging plan. Undertake a cost benefit study for each stage
of theplan.
Five Establish aprotocol with theFloodplainCouncils that where development of land in areas
identified as ‘at risk of flooding’ is planned to proceed by the
implementation of a local area levee that mapping of the proposed levees on theGawler River FloodplainMappingStudyModel will be required.
Six
Maintain aworking relationshipwith theAustralianRail TrackCorporation to ensure that any changes toRailtrack infrastructure of culverts and rail heights
aremappedon theGawler River FloodplainMappingStudyModel to identify any changes to flooding impacts.
Seven Develop a funding strategy for flood protection that is deliveredby local area levees on the questions of who should own andmaintain the levees and
whether local area levees are regional works that theGRFMA should fund or are they local works that are the responsibility of the local Council.
Eight Investigate opportunities for funding partners and grants toundertake the necessaryassessments and designs.
Nine TheSchemewill also seek to clarify, through the Local Government Association, thepolicyand legal framework aroundmaintenance of rivers and creeks
where those rivers and creeks arepart of the regional floodmanagement plan. Under current legislation a landowner is responsible for the condition of a
creek or waterway on private land.
Part B:Maintenanceof theScheme
PerformanceTargets:
Timings:
TobemeasuredBy:
Actual Achievements
Sixmonthly inspection
JuneandDecember
Completion of Inspection
Report
Dec2013
Dam inspection
June 2014
Dam inspection
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