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Review of floodplain management plan

NSW Department of Planning Industry and Environment (Water) is seeking feedback on the review of the Gwydir Valley floodplain management plan.
Aerial view of a floodplain in NSW Australia
Aerial view of a floodplain in NSW Australia

What’s this about?

A review of the Water Management Act 2000 is required on the fifth year for each floodplain management plan.

The review determines whether the provisions remain appropriate for ensuring effective implementation of the principles of the Act.

Details on the Gwydir Valley rural floodplain management plan can be found on the NSW Department of Planning Industry and Environment (DPIE) website.

DPIE is seeking feedback on:

  • ensuring the floodplain management plan is appropriate for the effective implementation of the water management principles
  • identifying any issues with the plan and review the effectiveness of implementation
  • identifying if there are any potential amendments to the plan that should be considered.

The public consultation period will provide opportunities for water users, stakeholders and other interested parties to inform the review of the plans.

Have your say

There are three ways you can provide feedback below. 

DPIE may make submissions publicly available unless you indicate that you would like to keep all or part of it confidential.

Have your say by Tuesday 18 May 2021.

Online consultation

6 April 2021 to 18 May 2021

Online form

Email

6 April 2021 to 18 May 2021

water.relations@dpie.nsw.gov.au

Formal submission

6 April 2021 to 18 May 2021

Address: Address: FMP Review Submissions, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, PO Box 2213, Dangar NSW 2309

Consultation period

From:6 April 2021
To:18 May 2021

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 02 9338 6600
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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