Other Resources


Reference :
Environmental Defender’s Office (NSW) Ltd. Environmental Law Factsheets
Agency:
Environmental Defender’s Office (NSW) Ltd
Contact :
Level 1, 89 York Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
02 9262 6989
edonsw@edo.org.au
Format:
Web Page / PDF          Publishing Date: Current      
Comment:
Over 50 different online Factsheets on Commonwealth and New South Wales as it relates to the legal processes  in Australia, planning and development, pollution, natural resources, biodiversity conservation, heritage, advocacy, and government accountability.
 
Website:

http://www.edo.org.au/
edonsw/site/factsh/factsheets.php

 


Reference :
Removal of Large Woody Debris From NSW Rivers and Streams - Primefact 11 and
Degradation of Native Riparian Vegetation Along NSW Water Courses - Primefact 12
Agency:
New South Wales Department of Primary Industries - Fisheries
Contact :
PO Box 21, Cronulla, NSW 2230
61 2 9527 8411
www.dpi.nsw.gov.au
Format:
PDF / Brochure         Publishing Date: 2005        ISSN: 1832-6668
Comment:
Outlines the key threatening processes under the Fisheries Management Act related to large woody debris in rivers and streams the degradation of riparian vegetation.
 
Download:

Removal of Large Woody Debris From
NSW Rivers and Streams
(PDF 438KB)

Degradation of Native Riparian Vegetation
Along NSW Water Courses
(PDF 600KB)
 

Website:

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/



Reference :
Farm Subdivision Assessment Guideline
Agency:
Industry & Investment
Contact :
PO Box 21, Cronulla, NSW 2230
61 2 9527 8411
www.dpi.nsw.gov.au
Comment:
This Primefact sets out the relevant agricultural issues and planning principles to consider when assessing proposals to subdivide rural lands within Primary Production or Rural zones.
Download:
http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets
/pdf_file/0005/313565/farm-subdivision-assessment-guideline.pdf
Website:
http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au

 

 

 

  
   
Environmental law applies to all Chapters of A Guide to Rural Residential Living and rural residential landholders are reminded that in most legal cases, ignorance of the law is not an adequate defence for breaches of the law.
Local Council
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority
Community Justice Centre
 
 

 


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