Improving compliance and enforcement with the native vegetation removal regulations
To ensure the native vegetation removal regulations achieve their objectives it is essential that they are effectively complied with. DELWP and its co-regulators are committed to improving compliance and enforcement of the native vegetation removal regulations.
The Compliance and enforcement strategy guides how compliance with the native vegetation removal regulation can be optimised using risk-based approaches. It discusses roles and responsibility, and includes a stepped-out approach to risk assessment, encouraging compliance and responding to non-compliance.
Compliance and enforcement strategy- Native vegetation removal regulations (PDF, 887.4 KB)
The Compliance and enforcement toolkit provides a summary of the statutory obligations regarding native vegetation removal and is to assist responsible authorities achieve outcomes consistent with the objectives of the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
Native Vegetation Regulations Compliance and Enforcement Toolkit (PDF, 1.1 MB)
Planning for biodiversity protection and conversation
Planning for land use and development is an important tool in achieving biodiversity objectives.
This document provides guidance to local government and planning authorities on how they can use the planning system to protect and manage biodiversity, in order to achieve local and statewide objectives.
Planning for biodiversity – Guidance (PDF, 956.8 KB)
Strategic plans for native vegetation removal regulations
There are some strategic plans that can be used when making an application to remove native vegetation in certain circumstances. Here are templates for these plans, which include explanation of how the plans are developed and used:
Preparing a Native Vegetation Precinct Plan (PDF, 488.0 KB)
Property vegetation plan template - Native forest timber harvesting (PDF, 1.0 MB)
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Page last updated: 28/04/21