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Swan Canning Foreshore Useability 2020 (DBCA-068)

This data set was derived from the Riverbank Foreshore Management System, which aims to identify those foreshore areas most in need of works. This data set represents the most up to date assessment of foreshore reserve useability. The Swan River Trust Riverpark Useability Index was developed to provide a set of indicators to assess the level of community benefit and amenity of Parks and Recreation Reserves managed for public access (ECU/ SRT, 2011). In 2013, a portion of Riverpark reserves were field assessed for useability by May Carter with the remaining Riverpark reserves desktop assessed in 2017 and 2019. High priority foreshores were re-assessed by commercial researchers via site visits in January 2020. The data provides a Swan Canning Riverpark wide assessment of reserve useability. Land not mapped in this data set has been considered ‘not managed for any form of recreation’.

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Data Access Statement

This data is relevant to Schedule 5 Authorities as defined by the Swan Canning Rivers Management Act 2006, that is foreshore land managers in the Development Control Area of the Swan, Canning, Helena and Southern Rivers. This data is only available to registered users because it may contain some sensitive information. This data set is intended to provide a Development Control Area wide assessment of foreshores, local priorities may not be identified. To apply for access please contact the data custodian Stephen Lloyd, Riverbank Manager, 9278 0943.

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Author Stephen Lloyd
Maintainer Geoffrey Banks
Theme Civic Infrastructure
Geospatial Theme People and Society
Published on 2020-01-06
Data last updated on 2019-12-18
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