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Darwin Regional Land Use Plan



Darwin Regional Land Use Plan


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Department of Lands, Planning and the Environment

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Darwin (N.T.)

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DARWIN REGIONAL LAND USE PLAN 2015 32 Source: Power and Water Corporation Sewerage Network Sewerage The Sewerage Network Map illustrates the existing sewerage network, which collects sewage from urban areas and transports it to treatment facilities. The capacity within the existing network varies and further investigations will be required to determine the potential for further development, particularly infill development. In the rural areas sewage is generally treated on site although a reticulated system has been provided at Humpty Doo and a package treatment plant has been provided to service development at Coolalinga until connection to a reticulated system can be provided. Options to implement the necessary upgrades of existing, or provide appropriate new waste disposal infrastructure, whether it be on site or reticulated, will influence planning for more detailed development within the land use structure. This will be a particularly important consideration in areas overlying valuable groundwater resources and in water catchment areas.

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