Draft replacement Water Sharing Plan for the Central Coast Unregulated and Alluvial Water Sources 2021 components for consultation
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|The draft plan||
The draft replacement Water Sharing Plan for the Central Coast Unregulated and Alluvial Water Sources 2021.|
See the Proposed changes fact sheet or the Report card for your area for information to assist you in making informed comments on the draft changes.
When finalised, the draft plan will replace the current water sharing plan which came into effect in 2009.
|Proposed changes fact sheet||This fact sheet provides a summary of the proposed changes to the rules contained in the draft Water Sharing Plan for the Central Coast Unregulated and Alluvial Water Sources 2021 from those in the current water sharing plan for these water sources. These proposed changes range from administrative amendments, to access and trade rules.|
|Background and proposed changes document||This document provides more comprehensive background to the plan area, the current plan, the water sharing plan development process and proposed changes.|
|These Report cards detail proposed changes as they relate to each water source within the Central Coast plan area.|
|Draft Plan Map||The draft plan map is in a high resolution, zoomable .PDF map that shows the water source boundaries and other key features to which draft plan provisions relate.|
|Draft Groundwater Dependent Ecosystem (GDE) Map||The draft GDE map is in a high resolution, zoomable .PDF map that shows the location of groundwater dependent ecosystem to which certain draft plan provisions relate.|
|Embargo Order for in-river dams||An embargo order is now in-force for in-river dams in Jilliby Jilliby Creek and Ourimbah Creek Water Sources until such time as the provisions of the draft plan have been finalised and commenced, or the embargo is revoked.|
|Natural Resources Commission water sharing plan reviews||The Natural Resources Commission (NRC) prepared a report and recommendations relating to the current Central Coast water sharing plan. The report and a summary can be found on the NRC website.|
|Risk assessment||A risk assessment was prepared to inform the development of the draft water sharing plan. The assessment evaluates current or future risks that directly relate to water availability or quality within the plans water sources.|
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