Liesbeek River Life Plan
The Liesbeek Life Plan is a recently formed collaborative effort between the Friends Of the Liesbeek and UCT’s Urban Water Management research unit to contribute to plans and designs for restoring and offering better support to social and ecological life of the Liesbeek River.
A secondary aim is to work together in a community of practice where we explore new ways of thinking from the knowledge and experiences of participants. This community of practice will include the knowledge and resources from various academic and professional bodies as well as from first-hand knowledge with community groups.
Reference will also be made to precedent examples elsewhere which illustrate the manner in which the “Urban River Syndrome” is being managed in other parts of the world.
No 1. Making room for an urban river The Liesbeek Life #1
No 2. The urban river syndrome – what could be done about it? Liesbeek Life Plan #2 August 2014 (2)
No 3. AIMS, OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES Liesbeek Life Plan #3 September 2014
No 4. Landscapes that enrich and enable public attitudes and actions The Liesbeek Life #4
No 5. Leading change in urban water management Liesbeek River Life Plan # 5