Mid Coast Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan

This consultation has now concluded

Bushfire

Your comments are invited on the Mid Coast Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan, now on public exhibition at the Mid Coast & Port Macquarie Hastings Council Chambers.

A Bush Fire Risk Management Plan (BFRMP) is a comprehensive document that maps and describes the level of bush fire risk across an area and the proposed treatments to minimise and mitigate the risk.

The Mid Coast BFRMP, has recently been reviewed. Mid Coast Bush Fire Management Committee invites the people of the Mid Coast & Port Macquarie Hastings to view the Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan and make comments by 3rd June, 2018.

The plan identifies bush fire issues, identifies assets at risk, assesses the level of risk, and establishes treatment strategies to minimise the risk and who is responsible for carrying out the treatments identified.

These treatment strategies may directly affect you and your property.

The Draft BFRMP is on full time display at the following locations:

  • MidCoast Council, Breese Parade, Forster
  • MidCoast Council, 89 King Street, Gloucester
  • MidCoast Council, 2 Pulteney Street, Taree
  • Port Macquarie Council, 17 Burrawan Street, Port Macquarie
  • Port Macquarie Council, 9 Laurie Street, Laurieton
  • Bulahdelah Transaction Centre, 63 Stroud St, Bulahdelah

Have Your Say

You can make a submission on the Draft BFRMP at any time up until the 3 June 2018 by completing the online survey using the submissions tab below or by sending an email or posting your responses to:

Email: midcoast.district@rfs.nsw.gov.au

Post: Mid Coast Bush Fire Management Committee
PO Box 327
Taree NSW 2430

The Draft BFRMP will also be on a travelling roadshow at the following locations and dates.

Wauchope
Wednesday 18th April @ 7.00pm
King Creek RFB Station, Narran Close King Creek
Taree
Thursday 3rd May @ 7.00pm
Taree FCC, 28 Muldoon Street Taree
Tinonee
Tuesday 8th May @ 7.00pm
Tinonee RFB Station, 17 Park Street Tinonee
Gloucester
Thursday 10th May @ 7.00pm
Gloucester FCC, 3-5 Lowe Street Gloucester
Nabiac
Tuesday 15th May @ 7.00pm
Nabiac RFS Station, 38 Clarkson Street, Nabiac.
Kew
Thursday 17th May @ 7.00pm
Camden Haven RFS Station, Kendall Road, Kew
Bulahdelah
Friday 18th May @ 3.00pm
Transaction Centre, 63 Stroud Road, Bulahdelah
Stroud
Tuesday 22nd May @ 7.00pm
Stroud RFB Station, Avon Street ,Stroud
Tea Gardens
Thursday 24th May @ 7.00pm
Tea Gardens RFB Station, Wanya Street, Tea Gardens
North Shore
Thursday 24th May @ 7.00pm
North Shore RFB Station, 51 Shoreline Drive, North Shore
Telegraph Point
Tuesday 29th May @ 7.00pm
Telegraph Point RFB Station, Mooney Street Telegraph Point


Note that any submission may be made public, and public disclosure is required for any political donations or gifts (including to staff). Submissions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

Any further enquiries, please contact contact Kam Baker, on 02 6591 2900.

Your comments are invited on the Mid Coast Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan, now on public exhibition at the Mid Coast & Port Macquarie Hastings Council Chambers.

A Bush Fire Risk Management Plan (BFRMP) is a comprehensive document that maps and describes the level of bush fire risk across an area and the proposed treatments to minimise and mitigate the risk.

The Mid Coast BFRMP, has recently been reviewed. Mid Coast Bush Fire Management Committee invites the people of the Mid Coast & Port Macquarie Hastings to view the Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan and make comments by 3rd June, 2018.

The plan identifies bush fire issues, identifies assets at risk, assesses the level of risk, and establishes treatment strategies to minimise the risk and who is responsible for carrying out the treatments identified.

These treatment strategies may directly affect you and your property.

The Draft BFRMP is on full time display at the following locations:

  • MidCoast Council, Breese Parade, Forster
  • MidCoast Council, 89 King Street, Gloucester
  • MidCoast Council, 2 Pulteney Street, Taree
  • Port Macquarie Council, 17 Burrawan Street, Port Macquarie
  • Port Macquarie Council, 9 Laurie Street, Laurieton
  • Bulahdelah Transaction Centre, 63 Stroud St, Bulahdelah

Have Your Say

You can make a submission on the Draft BFRMP at any time up until the 3 June 2018 by completing the online survey using the submissions tab below or by sending an email or posting your responses to:

Email: midcoast.district@rfs.nsw.gov.au

Post: Mid Coast Bush Fire Management Committee
PO Box 327
Taree NSW 2430

The Draft BFRMP will also be on a travelling roadshow at the following locations and dates.

Wauchope
Wednesday 18th April @ 7.00pm
King Creek RFB Station, Narran Close King Creek
Taree
Thursday 3rd May @ 7.00pm
Taree FCC, 28 Muldoon Street Taree
Tinonee
Tuesday 8th May @ 7.00pm
Tinonee RFB Station, 17 Park Street Tinonee
Gloucester
Thursday 10th May @ 7.00pm
Gloucester FCC, 3-5 Lowe Street Gloucester
Nabiac
Tuesday 15th May @ 7.00pm
Nabiac RFS Station, 38 Clarkson Street, Nabiac.
Kew
Thursday 17th May @ 7.00pm
Camden Haven RFS Station, Kendall Road, Kew
Bulahdelah
Friday 18th May @ 3.00pm
Transaction Centre, 63 Stroud Road, Bulahdelah
Stroud
Tuesday 22nd May @ 7.00pm
Stroud RFB Station, Avon Street ,Stroud
Tea Gardens
Thursday 24th May @ 7.00pm
Tea Gardens RFB Station, Wanya Street, Tea Gardens
North Shore
Thursday 24th May @ 7.00pm
North Shore RFB Station, 51 Shoreline Drive, North Shore
Telegraph Point
Tuesday 29th May @ 7.00pm
Telegraph Point RFB Station, Mooney Street Telegraph Point


Note that any submission may be made public, and public disclosure is required for any political donations or gifts (including to staff). Submissions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

Any further enquiries, please contact contact Kam Baker, on 02 6591 2900.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Mid Coast Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan Submission

    Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council and RFS. All submissions are considered before making a decision and your submission may be included in a report by RFS. Submissions close 3 June 2018.

    Note: Submissions and petitions are public information and may be made public. If you wish to have information in your submission suppressed, you will need to request this in writing. 

    Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council and RFS. All submissions are considered before making a decision and your submission may be included in a report by RFS. Submissions close 3 June 2018.

    Note: Submissions and petitions are public information and may be made public. If you wish to have information in your submission suppressed, you will need to request this in writing. 

    This consultation has now concluded