Need a Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) for your DA?
Vegetation Management Plans or ‘VMP’ are report documents that address the on-going management requirements of native vegetation (trees, shrubs and ground cover) of a proposed development site.
Most Sydney Councils and many Regional NSW Councils require a VMP report from the developer as part of the Development Application (DA) process. Property subdivisions, building construction, extensions, and rezoning all usually require a VMP, especially if the development is within close proximity to a natural drainage line.
The NSW Department of Water require a VMP from any person who undertakes controlled activities (eg development, construction or earthworks) on ‘waterfront land’. This definition includes not just ocean view property, but any property in close proximity to a natural waterbody, such as a lake, river or any mapped drainage line.
Preparation of a VMP is a legal obligation under the
NSW Water Management Act 2000. More information can be found here:
Vegetation Management Plans are also known as:
- Biodiversity Management Plans
- Bushland Management Plans
- Conservation Management Plans
- Vegetation Rehabilitation Plans
Contact Narla Environmental to receive a free, industry competitive quote for your Vegetation Management Plan and progress with your project!