Bush Fire Risk Plan: Metro North West

The Hunter's Hill/ Lane Cove/ Parramatta/ Ryde Bush Fire Management Committee is seeking feedback on a draft bush fire risk management plan (BFRMP).
Lake Parramatta through the trees with a bench seat in the foreground.
Lake Parramatta through the trees with a bench seat in the foreground.

What’s this about?

The Hunter's Hill/ Lane Cove/ Parramatta/ Ryde Bush Fire Management Committee is seeking feedback on a draft bush fire risk management plan (BFRMP).

A BFRMP is a document that maps and describes the level of bush fire risk across an area and sets out treatment strategies to reduce the risk of bush fires and better protect the community over 5 years.

The Hunter’s Hill/ Lane Cove/ Parramatta/ Ryde Bush Fire Management Committee, consisting of fire agencies, land managers and other stakeholders, have been working to identify ways of reducing the impact of fires on this area – protecting lives, homes, businesses, the environment, cultural values and other assets that are important to the communities within these local government areas.

Your input is important – and by planning together, we will help shape the bush fire risk management plan for this area for the next 5 years.

You can view the plan online or at your local council.

Have your say

Have your say by Tuesday 18 July 2023.

There are 3 ways to submit your feedback, listed below.

Email

23 May 2023 to 18 July 2023

mw2admin@fire.nsw.gov.au

Formal submission

23 May 2023 to 18 July 2023

Address: Executive Officer, Hunter’s Hill Lane Cove Parramatta Ryde BFMC, PO Box H4, Harris Park NSW 2150

Consultation period

From:23 May 2023
To:18 July 2023

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 02 9895 4605
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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