Catchment And Land Protection Act 1994 Pdf
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Controlling weeds is the responsibility of all landholders. Council works to control weeds on the land we own or manage. All landholders must manage the spread of declared noxious weeds, as required by the Catchment and Land Protection Act
Failure to do so may result in Council officers being obliged to visit [their] land, and also potentially delay the vegetation removal. The standard components include: State Planning Policy Framework; Local Planning Policy Framework comprising the Municipal Strategic Statement and Local Planning Policies; zones; overlays; particular provisions; general provisions; definitions; incorporated documents; VicSmart provisions. A planning scheme will not apply to places acquired by the Commonwealth for a public purpose and cannot regulate the use or development of Commonwealth land. A permit is not required if complying with the terms of a native vegetation precinct plan under Remnant indigenous understorey vegetation should be retained where possible and replanted where appropriate: Nillumbik Shire Council, Planning Scheme 19 September cl
Our customer charter sets out our service standards and conditions, and your rights and obligations as a customer. Under the Water Act we can enact by-laws effective within our service area as required. The policy sets out our standards and procedures for responding to gift offers. We care about our customers and we realise that some people may have difficulty in paying their bills. We are committed to providing confidential and respectful assistance to customers experiencing family violence. This policy is for customers experiencing family violence, with the safety of our customers and employees being paramount. It is now widely recognised that government, corporate and community sectors all have a responsibility to work together to support those experiencing family violence.
Weed and Pest Animal Management
The Quarantine Act Cth sets out powers relating to the entry of humans, animals, plants and other objects into Australia. A pest may be declared a quarantinable pest by proclamation of the Governor-General. All goods infected with a quarantinable disease or pest are subject to quarantine. The Governor-General may also by proclamation prohibit the importation or bringing into Australia of any plant, animal, pest, disease or anything likely to carry a pest or disease. Quarantine officers are also given powers under the Act relevant to prevention of pest animals entering Australia. A quarantine officer may require the master of an overseas vessel or aircraft to answer questions in relation to prescribed information about the vessel or aircraft. A vessel or goods that are likely to be infected with a quarantinable pest or disease may be ordered into quarantine.
Click here for the latest information, including Council's community and business recovery plans. Agriculture Victoria is responsible for administering the Catchment and Land Protection Act CaLP Act , which is the main article of legislation governing the management of invasive plants and animals in Victoria. For more information on the CaLP act and landowner responsibilities, refer to agriculture. Weeds are a problem on both private and public land. They cost the community millions of dollars each year in lost productivity and have a significant impact on our natural environment. Everyone has a legal role to play in managing weeds on their land, irrespective of whether that land is public or private. There are three levels of noxious weeds in our Shire; each with its own requirements for landholders:.
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Catchment and Land Protection Act No. 52 of Authorised Version incorporating amendments as at. 1 May TABLE OF PROVISIONS. Section.
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This Act details specific natural resource management functions which each CMA is required to undertake as well as outlining governance requirements specific to CMAs. In addition to the Catchment and Land Protection Act , the Water Act details additional natural resouce management functions which CMAs are required to undertake. The Minister has issued a Statement of Obligations under the Water Act setting out these responsibilities. Statement of Obligations - Water Act