Have your say on the native vegetation provisions of the Local Land Services Act.

The NSW Government is carrying out a statutory review on the native vegetation provisions of the Local Land Services Act 2013. The provisions establish a framework used to inform and regulate native vegetation management on NSW rural land.

The native vegetation provisions of the Local Land Services Act:

Tell us what you think

To have your say on the native vegetation provisions of the Local Land Services Act:

Thank you for your feedback

Thank you to everyone who participated. The Statutory Review of the native vegetation provisions of the Local Land Services Act 2013 is now complete. The Minister for Agriculture tabled the final report in NSW Parliament on Thursday, 24 August 2023.

View the final report and public submissions received as part of this review.

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Other ways to have your say

You can submit your submissions via:

  • Email: policy@lls.nsw.gov.au(External link)
  • Post: Policy Division
    Part 5A LLS Act Statutory Review
    Local Land Services, 117 Bull Street
    Newcastle West 2302
  • Upload: you can also upload a submission on this site.

All submissions will be published on the Local Land Services website unless clearly marked “confidential”. Submissions marked confidential will not be published but will be referenced in the final statutory review report. Submissions requested to be “anonymous” will have identifying information such as a person’s name and contact details removed and will be published on the Local Land Services website. Submissions that are received with no name or contact details will not be published on the Local Land Services website.

Even if you ask that your submission be treated confidentially, there may be circumstances where the Government is required by law to release the information in your submission, such as under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (NSW).

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Have your say consultations are run by the NSW Department of Customer Service (McKell Building, 2-4 Rawson Place, Haymarket NSW 2000).

We are interested in hearing from the community and will use the information we collect from you to help develop the programs and services that NSW Government provides.

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