Flood Damage - NDRRABack
North & Far NOrth Queensland Monsson Trough - 25 January - 14 February 2019
Following the above declared event of 25 January - 14 February 2019, the proposed programme of works following the February/March 2018 Flood event (Details below) has been reset.
Affected areas will be assessed and form part of the 2019 Event REPA submissions.
Program for potential NDRRA works following Feb/Mar 2018 event?
The attached maps identifiy those roads that potentially will receive flood damage works.
How does flood damage affect works to roads?
The following fact sheet provides an overview of the process that Council is required to follow after an event. CDO, Emergent & REPA Works
What is the NDRRA program of works?
The Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) are a joint funding initiative of the Commonwealth and State Governments to provide disaster relief and recovery payments and infrastructure restoration to help communities recover from the effects of natural disasters. Most relief measures under NDRRA are funded 75% by the Commonwealth Government and 25% by the Queensland Government
For more information about the NDRRA program view the Queensland Government website, www.qldreconstruction.org.au
Charters Towers Regional Council (CTRC) 2012 NDRRA Event
In March 2012 heavy rainfall and flooding in Northern and Far Northern Queensland caused widespread flooding and inundation to all areas of the CTRC. Project Delivery Managers Pty Ltd (PDM) were engaged to provide a project management team to manage the NDRRA process and program of works utilising the contractors from Councils list of approved suppliers.
For more information about the finalisation of the project view the Finalisation Report.
What is the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA)?
The QRA was established to manage the funding available to Queensland Local Governments.
Between November 2010 and April 2011, Queensland was struck by a series of natural disasters. Extensive flooding caused by periods of extremely heavy rainfall, destruction caused by a number of storm cells including Cyclones Tasha, Anthony and Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi, and subsequent monsoonal flooding including in the Maranoa, have resulted in all Queensland being declared as disaster affected.