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Properties which are within a Grey Area are those identified as being within a catchment area which drains to a location of a known drainage problem area.

Properties which are within a Grey Hatched Area are subject to local runoff from the local catchment which results in flooding.

Most land uses (with appropriate planning and building controls with the exception of Sensitive Uses and Facilities and Critical Uses and Facilities) would be permitted within this precinct only after proper compliance with all the relevant Planning and Development Controls outlined in Council’s Local Floodplain Risk Management Policy.

Detailed hydraulic modelling together with a flood impact report is typically required when proposing any development in these areas.

There are development control requirements that apply for development within a Grey Hatched area.

These controls may include increased boundary set backs and requirements to provide formal overland flow path(s) and easements to safely convey surface flows through the property.

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