Little interest on water security plan in Beaudesert

Seeking feedback: Seqwater senior planning engineer for integrated master planning Jim Fear, community relations adviser Tina Donovan and water supply planning manager Mick Drews hosted a public meeting to seek feedback on the Seqwater water security plan.A PUBLIC meeting to get feedback on a 30-year water security plan for south-east Queensland attracted little interest in Beaudesert on Wednesday.

Less than a handful of people attended the meeting which bulk water supplierSeqwater hosted at The Centre on Brisbane Street.

The meeting was part of a 12-month community consultation program on 30-year plan Waterfor life: South East Queensland’swaterfuture 2015-2045.

Seqwater external relations manager Mike Foster said he was not surprised by the low turnout because it was unlikely any major works would be required until 2030.

“We wanted to do the neighbourhood meetings on the basis of giving people a chance to come along if they wanted to have a chat but it’s fair to say the small numbers seen in Beaudesert are pretty reflective of what we’ve seen across the region,” he said.

“It’s not surprising given the decision of any source is not actually imminent – it’s not happening for such a a long period of time.

“My message is people will continue to hear from us, we’ll continue to give people the opportunities to come in and have their say.”

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