The Greens in Palerang

Archive for November, 2005

Water Management Amendment Bill 2005

Monday, November 28th, 2005

Dear Premier,

The Braidwood Greens are deeply concerned at your government’s push to rush through new legislation that will critically damage our rivers and wetlands by taking yet more water away from them.
The health of our rivers and wetlands is in decline. (more…)

Submission from Braidwood Greens to Department of Planning on LEP template

Friday, November 4th, 2005

Thankyou for the opportunity to make a submission on the LEP template. This is only a brief submission, given the closing date is today.

The LEP template is an important step in streamlining the NSW planning system. However, we believe that a major flaw in the template that it has been designed as a “one size fits all” document, and this is entirely inappropriate given the diversity of circumstances in metropolitan and rural areas. With that in mind, we would advocate separate templates, because if this does not happen, we believe that there may be an adverse impact on both metropolitan and rural areas. (more…)

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