Bruny Island Long-Term Strategy

Nebraska Beach, Dennes Point

Producing a long-term water supply strategy for Bruny Island is underway.

The strategy will have two parts. We are currently working on part one which includes data gathering to fully define the current and predicted situation and its risks, and part two involves developing solutions and recommendations for the Bruny Island water supply over the next 30 years.

Our data gathering includes:

  • Collecting population information and predicting future growth in various sectors such as residential and holiday accommodation and commercial sectors
  • Reviewing the statewide and council planning schemes and any other regional schemes
  • Listening to community water supply needs and concerns
  • Checking for state government regulation constraints.

TasWater will look at solutions designed for Bruny Island’s long-term water supply. This process will include:

  • Reviewing the current ground water system
  • Compiling water supply risks
  • Identifying solutions to mitigate the identified risks
  • Reviewing Bruny Life Liveability Study research and working with the Study to gather further information from the community
  • Gathering input from key stakeholders and the community
  • Considering a range of solutions based on research.

You are invited to have your say here, by emailing communityengagement@taswater.com.au or calling 13 6992.

Producing a long-term water supply strategy for Bruny Island is underway.

The strategy will have two parts. We are currently working on part one which includes data gathering to fully define the current and predicted situation and its risks, and part two involves developing solutions and recommendations for the Bruny Island water supply over the next 30 years.

Our data gathering includes:

  • Collecting population information and predicting future growth in various sectors such as residential and holiday accommodation and commercial sectors
  • Reviewing the statewide and council planning schemes and any other regional schemes
  • Listening to community water supply needs and concerns
  • Checking for state government regulation constraints.

TasWater will look at solutions designed for Bruny Island’s long-term water supply. This process will include:

  • Reviewing the current ground water system
  • Compiling water supply risks
  • Identifying solutions to mitigate the identified risks
  • Reviewing Bruny Life Liveability Study research and working with the Study to gather further information from the community
  • Gathering input from key stakeholders and the community
  • Considering a range of solutions based on research.

You are invited to have your say here, by emailing communityengagement@taswater.com.au or calling 13 6992.