Public exhibition of the Draft Cumberland Plain Conservation Plan (the Plan) has been extended to Friday 9 October 2020.
The NSW Government has prepared the Plan to meet the future needs of people and biodiversity in Western Sydney and will help protect and conserve threatened plants and animals. The Plan will help create the Western Parkland City by supporting the delivery of housing, jobs and infrastructure while protecting important biodiversity in Western Sydney.
The Plan will streamline biodiversity approvals under NSW and Commonwealth legislation reducing development costs and timeframes for industry.
The department has produced a series of resources and tools to help all stakeholders gain a better understanding of the Plan. Use the Spatial Viewer, look at our frequently asked questions and fact sheets.
Have Your Say
The NSW Government is inviting your feedback on the Draft Plan and the other documents on exhibition, including the proposed State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) for strategic conservation planning.
You can view the Plan documents and make a submission by Friday 9 October 2020 via the Planning Portal.