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QCoast2100 Newsletter - December 2018
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Coastal Hazard Adaptation Program

Following QCoast2100's official launch on 2 June 2016, the LGAQ is pleased to announce that 31 coastal councils have been awarded grant funding following submission of successful project applications. Applications are now closed, however, a number of applications submitted within the Program deadline are currently being reviewed with further projects yet to be approved.

QCoast2100 Funding Status

Twelve new projects have been approved for funding since the previous newsletter, taking us to a total of 42 approved projects for 32 councils (including Weipa). New councils include Brisbane, Mapoon, Napranum, Weipa and Gladstone. Read More

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QCoast2100 wins Industry Award

On the 11th of October 2018, QCoast2100 was announced the winner of the Environment and Sustainability Award at the 2018 Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland (IPWEA) Excellence Awards held on the Gold Coast. Read More

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Cassowary Coast CHAS

Cassowary Coast acknowledges that coastal hazards, exacerbated by climate change, will pose risks to its operations, the local community, economy and environment and are developing the Cassowary Coast CHAS to respond to these challenges and improve the resilience of the region as a whole. Read More

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Gold Coast CHAS

The Gold Coast City Plan details the overarching principles that are to guide land use and development decisions including the consideration of natural hazards. See how QCoast2100 fits into their plan. Read More

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