Plan Change 7: Managing significant indigenous vegetation

We’d like your feedback on a proposed plan change so that it better protects and maintains indigenous vegetation that is likely to be ecologically significant across the district generally as well as within areas of existing pasture on coastal farmland.

Project status: Open for feedback
Open for feedback: 19th May 2021 - 28th June 2021

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Plan Change 7 seeks to better protect and maintain indigenous vegetation while still providing for its clearance, where it is small scale and low impact, to provide for the continuation of farming activities.

It will also amend the policies and rules around the type and size of native trees and plants (indigenous vegetation) that can be cleared generally across the district, and within areas of existing pasture (otherwise known as improved pasture) on coastal farmland.

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Who to contact

Craig Davison,
Senior Policy Planner

How the decision is made

  • Open for feedback