Bass Coast Planning Scheme



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SCHEDULE 3 TO THE VEGETATION PROTECTION OVERLAY

Shown on the planning scheme map as VPO3



INVERLOCH

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.0 Statement of nature and significance of vegetation to be protected

Inverloch is characterised by the retention of its native vegetation through earlier controls on vegetation clearing, making it an attractive area to both local residents and visitors. There are several species of State or regional significance within the town, in particular in the Screw Creek estuary environs. Conservation and enhancement of the natural environment is very important to, and supported by, the local community.

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.0 Vegetation protection objective to be achieved

To protect and enhance existing indigenous vegetation in Inverloch.

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.0 Permit requirement

A permit is required to remove, destroy or lop any trees included in the following list.


Species

Common Name

Acacia melanoxylon

Blackwood

Acacia sophorae

Coast Wattle

Acacia stricta

Hop Wattle

Allocasuarina paludosa

Swamp She-oak

Allocasuarina stricta

Drooping She-oak

Banksia integrifolia

Coast Banksia

Bursaria spinosa

Sweet Bursaria

Eucalyptus kitsoniana

Bog Gum

Eucalyptus obliqua

Messmate Stringybark

Eucalyptus ovata

Swamp Gum

Eucalyptus pryoriana

Coastal Manna Gum

Eucalyptus radiata

Narrow-leaf Peppermint

Eucalyptus viminalis

Manna Gum

Exocarpus cupressiformis

Cherry Ballart

Leptospermum laevigatum

Coast Tea-tree

Melaleuca squarrosa

Scented Paperbark

A permit is not required for:

  • The pruning of vegetation for maintenance.

  • The removal, destruction or lopping of dead vegetation.

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.0 Decision guidelines



Before deciding on an application, the responsible authority must consider:

  • The significance of the native vegetation.

  • The effect on the habitat value and long term viability of remnant vegetation in the locality.

  • The significance of the vegetation, particularly if it forms part of a recognised wildlife corridor.

  • The reason for any removal of native vegetation and whether an alternative option can be developed which conserves the vegetation.

  • The purpose of the underlying zone.

References

Inverloch Strategy Plan, Shire of Woorayl 1993.

Towards a Catchment Management Strategy for Inverloch, Graduate School of Environmental Science, Monash University, 1995.

Vegetation Protection Overlay - Schedule 3 Page of 2


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