Narromine Shire Council is welcoming submissions from residents on these documents. Submissions can be made in writing and sent to Council attention: The General Manager, PO Box 115, Narromine, NSW 2821
Written submissions for all items should be addressed to The General Manager and can be:
- Mailed to PO Box 115, Narromine, NSW 2821
- Faxed to 02 6889 9998
- Emailed to email@example.com
- Submitted via the feedback form below
Crown Lands Plans of Management
CROWN LANDS PLANS OF MANAGEMENT
In 2018, new legislation came into effect regarding the management of Crown Lands. One of the most significant changes of the new Act was the introduction of the Crown Land Management Act 2016. From this all Crown Reserves, where Council is the Crown Land Manager, must be managed as if it were public land under the Local Government Act 1993.
This means, when Crown Land receives a “Community” classification under the Local Government Act, it must be categorised in line with its Reserve Purpose, and a Plan of Management must be prepared.
What do the Crown Land Reforms involve?
To comply with the new requirements of the Crown Land Management Act 2016, Council must first assign a Category to the land, based on the purpose for which it was initially reserved. Crown Lands have prepared guidelines to assist with this process. The initial categorisation is submitted to Crown Lands for determination.
The categorisation is now complete and Council has draft Plans of Management for the Crown land reserves in accordance with the provisions of the Crown Land Management Act 2016. One of these provisions is that community engagement is conducted during the process.
What are Plans of Management?
Plans of Management are useful tools for managing community land. Plans of Management set out objectives and performance targets for community land and promotes active land management and use, including issuing tenures over the land.
Council's Plans of Management for the Crown Reserves for which we are Crown Land Managers are now on public exhibition for a period of 42 days commencing 1 April 2021 (in accordance with Local Government Act).
- Narromine Shire Council Plan of Management General Community Use
- Narromine Shire Council Plan of Management Natural Areas
- Narromine Shire Council Plan of Management Sports Ground and Parks
- Narromine Shire Council Plan of Management Narromine Showground
- Narromine Shire Council Plan of Management Trangie Showground
NSC Plans of Management Community Land General Community Use NSC Plans of Management Natural Areas NSC Plans of Management Sports Ground and Parks NSC Plans of Management Narromine Showground NSC Plans of Management Trangie Showground
Nature Strip and Tree Policy - 2021 (DRAFT)
NATURE STRIP AND TREE POLICY - 2021 (DRAFT)
Council at its ordinary meeting held 14 April 2021 adopted a Draft Nature Strip and Tree Policy, which is now on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.
This policy establishes Council’s position with regard to nature strips along urban streets and the planting, managing, maintenance and removal of trees and vegetation with the Council Road Reserve.
Nature Strip and Tree Policy 2021 (DRAFT)
Proposed Unused Roadway Lease TRANGIE
PROPOSED UNUSED ROADWAY LEASE - TRANGIE
Narromine Shire Council is proposing to lease an area of unused roadway in Trangie for a five year period (see marked area below).
Written submissions or objections should be sent to Narromine Shire Council, PO BOX 115, Narromine, NSW 2821 by 4pm on Tuesday 18 May 2021.
Use of Footpath - Outdoor Dining Policy - 2021 (DRAFT)
USE OF FOOTPATH - OUTDOOR DINING POLICY 2021 (DRAFT)Council at its ordinary meeting held 14 April 2021 adopted a Draft Use of Public Footpath - Outdoor Dining Policy, which is now on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.