Border Rivers Regional Water Strategy
Submissions have re-opened for the draft Border Rivers Regional Water Strategy. This additional time for submissions will ensure a broad range of stakeholder feedback informs the options assessment process and finalisation of strategy documents. Thank you to those who have made a submission.
Have your say by Sunday, 13 December 2020.
The NSW Government is preparing regional water strategies that will bring together the best and latest climate evidence with a wide range of tools and solutions to manage the water needs of NSW over the next 20 to 40 years.
A long term Regional Water Strategy is being developed to guide how the NSW Government can best manage the challenges that are facing the Border Rivers region. The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is identifying actions that can address these challenges to support a liveable and prosperous Border Rivers region.
We have been working with local water utilities and councils to ensure local knowledge informs the draft Border Rivers Regional Water Strategy. We will work with First Nations people and the wider community to incorporate traditional knowledge and local aspirations in the final regional water strategy.
We want to know about the opportunities and challenges you see and how you think they should be addressed. We are seeking your feedback on the options presented in the draft strategy and whether you have any further information that could help us to assess the benefits and disadvantages of any of the options.
A snapshot (JPG 66.6 KB) of the key statistics for the Border Rivers region is also available.
Draft strategy and background information
The draft Border Rivers Regional Water Strategy is a set of three documents.
- Regional Water Strategies Guide (PDF 5.6 MB)
- Draft Border Rivers Regional Water Strategy (PDF 13.1 MB)
- Draft Border Rivers–long list of options (PDF 2.9 MB)
If you require assistance in reading these documents, please contact +61 2 9338 6600 or email@example.com.
Watch this short video to find out more about the regional water strategies program.
Public information sessions
Public information sessions have now closed.
Watch the recorded live webinar that provides an overview of the regional water strategies program, region specific opportunities, challenges and options. This webinar also includes the question and answer session.
Public information sessions with Aboriginal communities have now closed.
Instructions to view the recorded webinar
After clicking on the link, enter your registered email and click join. If you have not previously registered, simply enter your contact details in the ‘register today’ fields and click register–you can then enter your registered email and join.
Make a submission
If you would like to make an online submission please click on the 'Have your say' button below. A copy of your submission will be sent to your email address.
Submissions will be accepted until midnight Sunday, 13 December 2020.
We are working with communities across the state in a five-step approach to prepare and implement the Border Rivers Regional Water Strategy.