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Managing encroachment draft code

We welcome feedback on the draft revised accepted development vegetation clearing code for Managing encroachment.

It has been reviewed as part of a broader review of self-assessable activities landholders can undertake using accepted development vegetation clearing codes to ensure they are based on the best available science.

The review process also ensures all codes are consistent with the aims of Queensland’s vegetation management laws.

This consultation draft brings together the outcomes of independent technical reviews of this code for low-risk clearing activities, and we encourage anyone with feedback to have a say.

The proposed changes to the code are based on scientific input from the Queensland Herbarium. This advice has also been peer reviewed by the CSIRO.

The purpose of this code is to regulate the clearing of native vegetation to manage encroachment. Encroachment is when a native woody plant species invades particular grassland regional ecosystems.

How you can get involved

We are seeking feedback from landholders and key stakeholders about proposed changes to this code before it is finalised.

To get involved, please review the supporting material and complete the following six question survey.

Submissions close at 5pm on Friday 19th October 2018.

Supporting material

Answer an online survey

  • Managing encroachment draft code - survey

    Please complete the following six question survey.

    Note: There is a 45 minute time limit for completing the survey from the time you start filling it out. To save your response, click the 'Finish later' button (within the 45 minute time limit). You will then be given a URL address and a password. Make a copy of these to use later to complete your response.

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Submit your responses now. Closes 19 October 2018, 05.00pm.

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 4 October 2018

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