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Feedback on Dredging Works at Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola

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Shoalhaven City Council would like your feedback on the positive and negative effects of dredging in Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola.

Background

Shoalhaven City Council undertook dredging works at Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola between March and September 2016.

The aim of the dredging was to improve safety and navigation within the channel at both estuaries. The sand from the dredging was used at both locations to reduce shoreline erosion and improve amenity. Some of the sand from Lake Conjola was also used to nourish the dune at Mollymook Beach.

The total costs for the dredging, including planning, approvals, dredging and beach nourishment works at Mollymook cost $1,780,000, which also included funding for post-dredging monitoring.

Provide Feedback

As part of the project monitoring, Council would like to get your feedback on the positive and negative effects of dredging at Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola. You can provide feedback by completing one of the short surveys below.

The results of the surveys will be reported to Council and will also be used to help Council evaluate the social benefits of dredging to the local community.

Shoalhaven City Council would like your feedback on the positive and negative effects of dredging in Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola.

Background

Shoalhaven City Council undertook dredging works at Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola between March and September 2016.

The aim of the dredging was to improve safety and navigation within the channel at both estuaries. The sand from the dredging was used at both locations to reduce shoreline erosion and improve amenity. Some of the sand from Lake Conjola was also used to nourish the dune at Mollymook Beach.

The total costs for the dredging, including planning, approvals, dredging and beach nourishment works at Mollymook cost $1,780,000, which also included funding for post-dredging monitoring.

Provide Feedback

As part of the project monitoring, Council would like to get your feedback on the positive and negative effects of dredging at Sussex Inlet and Lake Conjola. You can provide feedback by completing one of the short surveys below.

The results of the surveys will be reported to Council and will also be used to help Council evaluate the social benefits of dredging to the local community.