NAMBUCCA VALLEY COUNCIL Draft Coastal Management Program
On the 29 April 2021 Council endorsed the Nambucca Valley Draft Coastal Management Program (CMP) for exhibition.
This draft program is intended to replace Council’s existing Estuary Management Plan and Council’s Existing Coastal Zone Management Plan. The program will guide Council’s future Delivery Program and Integrated Planning and Reporting framework as it relates to the coastal environments of the Valley.
Council’s draft CMP has been prepared with funding assistance and technical guidance provided by the States Coastal Program administered by Department of Planning Industry and Environment.
The draft program covers all coast and estuarine environments from Oyster Creek in the northern part of the Valley to Scotts Head in the south. The exhibition of the program provides an opportunity for the community to have input into the draft program.
The draft CMP will be available on public exhibition from Friday 11 June to Wednesday 14
July 2021 and can be viewed at Council’s Administration Centre, 44 Princess Street, Macksville, NSW 2447 or Council’s Website www.nambucca.nsw.gov.au
. Written submissions are encouraged and will be received up until 4.30 pm 14 July 2021.
Please note that any submission may be incorporated in a Council business paper or otherwise publically disclosed. Submissions should be directed to the General Manager, Nambucca Valley Council, PO Box 177, Macksville NSW 2447 or via email Council@nambucca.nsw.gov.au
. An electronic submission form is also available on the webpage.
ENQUIRIES TO: Grant Nelson (02) 6568 0248
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