Sustainable Development & Infrastructure

Sustainable Development & Infrastructure

Legatus Group provides a platform to assist with regional planning and consistent regulatory framework including a safe, well-maintained, regional integrated and cost-effective road network that includes appropriate routes for freight, tourism and community purposes.

Local and visitor amenities that support the growth of regional and sub-regional tourism opportunities including integrated visitor information services.

Regional waste and community waste water management regimes that minimises costs to Councils and their communities along with supporting the growth of information technology by advocating for services to ensure any digital divides are reduced.

Waste Management

The Legatus Group were commissioned by the SA Regional Organisation of Councils (SAROC) and secured funding from Green Industries SA to progress regional waste management for Local Government. At the March 2021 SAROC meeting they received the following two reports

  1. Waste Management Infrastructure for South Australian Regional Local Government

Final RWM Infrastructure Report for SAROC 2 March 2021

  1. Regional SA Waste and Resource Recovery Background Report by Rawtec

Rawtec Regional SA Waste and RR Background Report_23Dec20

These reports will assist with future actions regarding Waste Management for Regional Local Governments in SA and for the development of the Legatus Group Waste Management Action Plan.


Presentations from the 2021 Regional SA CWMS Conference

CWMS Forum Slides



Conference presentation 2021 Michelle

Legatus Group Regional Community Wastewater Management Scheme Survey and Sludge Processing Plant Viability Investigation Final Report Draft -Legatus Group Sludge Viability Project

Roads & Transport

Legatus Group Regional Transport Plan Industry Engagement Document Phase 1  003-20~2  and Phase 2 Regional Transport Plan – Road Deficiency Action Plans Apr 20 endorsed

The Legatus Group commissioned the initial  Socio-Economic Impacts of Road Deficiency Report March 2021 Socio-Economic Impacts of Road Deficiency Final Report v2.0