Norman Park is mainly an interwar suburb located four kilometers east of Brisbane CBD. It is situated east of the Norman Creek. Other borders include East Brisbane, Camp Hill, Hawthorne, Coorparoo and Morningside which are mostly residential. There were several origins of the suburb’s name. It has been thought that it originated from an early estate in the area named in the 1890s from Norman Creek. Norman Creek was called Gorman in 1825, and the district was established for farming and agricultural purposes in the 1850s when the creek was bridged. It has also been believed that the name originated from the former Governor of Queensland, Henry Wylie Norman.
The suburb remained a largely rural area and continuous its rapid development of residential estates. The population reached 6,003 from the 2011 Australian census and is still growing currently. With the continuous construction and progress, ground movements and excavations may cause unwanted damaged to old fixtures of pipes and underground waterlines which may result to crack and openings. This may in turn invite sand and silt deposits causing blockages in the flow of water. Since the region is generally hilly and greenery, most of the tree roots may enter cracked pipes, these roots settle inside pipes to get a supply of water and cause an obstruction in the movement of sewage water to its destination. Leaves and debris are also led towards drainages and can definitely block water from streaming down the outlet.
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