CVC Standard Parameters

CVC’s Standards for hydrologic and hydraulic analyses were prepared by Environmental Water Resources Group. CVC will utilize these Standards to assess the suitability of proposed works within CVC’s jurisdiction. The use of technical standards in the preparation of planning and permit applications may reduce the response time of CVC’s permitting process.
CVC accepts no responsibility for the use of these Standards by other agencies or individuals. Any use or reliance that agencies and individuals make of these Standards is the sole responsibility of those agencies and individuals.

Technical Guidelines

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