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Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code

Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code

The purpose of this Code is to provide a streamlined environmental assessment process for use by issuing authorities and certifying authorities in determining bush fire hazard reduction certificates ("certificates").

Implementation of the Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List

Explanatory Rules and Notes for Implementation of the Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List for the Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code.

Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List - Part 1 - Plants

This List is to be applied with reference to the "Rules and Notes for the implementation of the Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List for the Bush Conditions for plant species are to be addressed within the area bounded by at least 100 metres from the centre point of the identified location.

Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List - Part 2 - Animals

This List is to be applied with reference to the "Rules and Notes for the implementation of the Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List for the Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code".

Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List - Part 3 - Threatened Ecological Communities

This List is to be applied with reference to the "Rules and Notes for the implementation of the Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List for the Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code"; and if using fire, at least 50% of the endangered ecological community within each local government area (LGA) must exist in a state that has been burnt less frequently than the minimum fire interval.

Conditions for Hazard Reduction and Aboriginal Heritage

The Conditions for Hazard Reduction and Aboriginal Heritage is associated with the Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code.

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