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Colombo flood detention areas
|Statement||prepared by The Central Environmental Authority, Sri Lanka.|
|Contributions||Central Environmental Agency, Sri Lanka.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
The Metro Colombo Urban Development Project (MCUDP) implemented under the Megapolis and Western Development Ministry is a development project funded by the World Bank and the Sri Lankan government. The World Bank is providing a concessionary loan of US$ million to the MCUDP, while Sri Lankan government is investing US$ million. During the flood occur in , government initiated to reconstruct and modify the area as a wetland. The land was divided into several small islands and artificial canals were made. Currently, park premises serve as a flood detention area by absorbing flood water during heavy storms and reduce inundation of the parliament area.
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Heavy rains flood Parma’s hotspots; city looks to increase detention basin capacity as potential solution Updated ; Posted Parma’s Veterans Memorial Park detention. Colombo has 42 flood prone areas, according to findings of the Colombo Municipal Council (CMC). Maintenance of drains, canals, outfalls and gates is a joint responsibility of the CMC, Land Reclamation and Development Corporation (LRDC), Urban Development Authority (UDA), Coast Conservation Department and Irrigation Department.
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Experts say Colombo’s long-neglected wetlands could help alleviate worsening floods – and are set to make a comeback as a key pillar of a major flood prevention program. Floods occurred in and during the monsoon, and smaller deluges have happened this year even before the onset of the monsoon, including in the past few days.
Colombo flood detention areas By Topics: Colombo floods, Water management. implementing flood mitigation measures in the area continuously based on the “Study on Storm Water Drainage Plan for the Colombo Metropolitan Region” formulated in by a JICA Expert Team 4.
Relevance to needs There was urgency and a critical need for flood control in the target area at the time of the project appraisal. CEA (), Wetland Site Report and Conservation Management Plan – Colombo Flood Detention Areas, Central Environmental Authority of Sri Lanka, Colombo, p. FINAL REPORT_COLOMBO WETLAND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY Metro Colombo Urban Development Project ‐ Consultancy Services for the Preparation of Management Strategy for Wetlands and Carrying out an Assessment of Water Quality in the Inland Waterways and Lakes within Metro Colombo Area.
are few detention ponds and lakes in upper catchment area which can store flood water such as; Parliament Lake, Diyawanna Lake, Thalawathugoda Lake, Rampalawatta Lake etc. Figure 2 shows the schematic diagram of the canal network in Metro Colombo area.
The geographical terrain of Metro Colombo basin is almost flat, varies from 0 mMSL to 35 mMSL. - Colombo flood detention areas 61 - Giant’s tank 66 - Gregory’s lake 70 - Gulf of Mannar reefs 75 - Hikkaduwa National Park 80 - Horton Plains National Park 85 - Inginimitiya reservoir 90 - Jaffna lagoon 95 - Kahandamodara mangroves 99 - Kalaoya estuary - Kalawewa tank - Kantale tank - Kaudulla tank - Koggala lagoon The Colombo Flood Detention Area (CFDA) has been located on the left bank of the lower valley of the Kelani River (Figure 4(a)).
A catchment provides the connectivity between physical and hydrological landscape for characterising negative effects on water resources and flooding of the study area.
Climate change, combined with the lack of drainage caused by urbanization contributes greatly to flooding in urban areas. With the intensification of urban floods in recent years posing a. In Sri Lanka, Wetlands have been a lifeline of ancient civilization. Wetlands possess not only ecological significance but economic value as well.
Among the natural wetlands in Sri Lanka, the Bundala, Anaiwilundawa and Maduganga wetlands have been recognised as having international significance.
Similarly man-made wetlands, which are popularly known as “tanks”, play a vital role. The outskirts of Colombo and some patches within the city were once exotic wildlife habitats with unprecedented biodiversity. During the Kingdom of Sri Jayawardhanapura Kotte (), reservoirs, tanks, and wetlands, which provided water for paddy cultivation and acted as flood detention areas, held the biodiversity of Colombo intact.
In the final research paper of this issue, Hettiarachchi, Athukorale, Wijekoon and de Alwis present a long term research project to understand the nature and extent of degradation in a selected segment of the Colombo flood detention area (CFDA) wetlands in Sri Lanka. important flood detention wetland identified by the canal study carried out by NWSDB () and this marsh also forms the Colombo Flood Detention Area (CFDA) with Kolonnawa, Kotte and Bluemendhal.
COLOMBO, Septem IST Updated: Septem IST One dead and more t people affected in the Southern and Western provinces of the country. W e are still living within the nostalgic memories of the rustic charm of Sri Lankan country lifestyle.
Rustic life creates a sense of togetherness and Sri Lankanness. Sri Lanka has its national identity on the countryside. Just like in other parts of the world, the early settlers of Sri Lanka knew exactly how to be part of nature and that knowledge has been passed down for generations.
In most cases you should be able to develop a flood affected property as long as you follow planning requirements to manage flood risk. Chapter E13 of our Development Control Plan PDF, KB explains the local flood-related planning controls. Our Development Control Plan refers to the 1 in year flood level, the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) level, and the flood risk precincts.
5. Mapping of flood plains 6. Acquisition and conservation of low-lying areas for flood detention (10, ha.) 7. Mangrove re-forestation in selected coastal areas 8.
Conservation of all low land rain forest in CMR 9. Assessment of land slide prone areas in Kalutara Sri Lanka (UK: / s r i ˈ l æ ŋ k ə, ʃ r iː-/, US: /-ˈ l ɑː ŋ k ə / (); Sinhala: ශ්රී ලංකා Śrī Laṃkā; Tamil: இலங்கை Ilaṅkai), officially the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country in South Asia, located in the Indian Ocean southwest of the Bay of Bengal and southeast of the Arabian is geographically separated from.
The Metro Colombo Urban Development Project is investing in Colombo’s public spaces, wetlands, and infrastructure to improve its flood resilience, quality of life, and competitiveness.
When completed,residents will have greater protection from flooding and the entire city of over 6 million people will benefit from an improved quality. Seventeen flood detention areas and large lakes for controlling flood have been constructed, with a total storage capacity of billion m3 and a flood storage capacity of billion m3.
Figure 2 illustrates the major structures in the Huaihe river basin. The concept of decentralized flood protection measures is based on the idea of localization and usage of the capability of headwater areas of a flooded catchment to retard runoff as early as possible and at several places at the same time by means of flood detention basins with minimum environmental impact.sized bio- retention or bio- detention basins.
Smaller projects can provide localized flood reduction by channeling the diverted water into a bio -swale, rain garden, s torm water tree trench, or smaller bio -retention or bio- detention basin. The diverted water can then be allowed to infiltrate to re .Believers Church Colombo Diocese offered help to flood-affected families in central Sri Lanka on 23rd May Due to two weeks of continuous rain, the people in this area faced a lot of difficulty.
All their crops were damaged and many left their flooded homes .