Lake Conjola Caravan Park – Water Sensitive Urban Design Study
Our client sought Council approval for the expansion of an existing caravan park to create 119 long term sites for moveable dwellings as residential accommodation.
The park is known as Active Holidays Big 4 Lake Conjola. Ingenia Communities engaged Rienco Consulting to prepare an Integrated Water Cycle Management Study (IWCMS) to meet Shoalhaven Council’s requirements for the proposed development.
Rienco’s design solutions included the conversion of a wastewater pond into a wetland to treat urban runoff prior to entering Lake Conjola.
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In my capacity as an architect I have worked with Anthony on a large number of projects throughout the Wollongong area. Anthony has a deep knowledge of local stormwater issues, and in particular the risks and mitigation strategies that should be applied. He is very experienced in the requirements of local councils and has contributed to many successful applications of all scales, from renovations to developments and subdivisions. I can wholeheartedly recommend Anthony and the Rienco team for their practical and professional approach to assessing and solving stormwater related conditions, and as effective advocates in dealing with the council planning controls.
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I use Rienco for all flooding and drainage matters on my projects because of their flooding modelling skills and pragmatic understanding of the difficulties of land development. The top-line integrity of their work was demonstrated recently on a very contentious project where the Rienco report passed a rigorous peer review by one of Australia's leading hydrology firms, with no change to the original findings and recommendations. It's comforting to know with Rienco you have that clarity of thinking helping find the best solution, and the confidence that it will be right.
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