Melaleuca deanei F. Muell. ( National Recovery Plan Deane’s Paperbark)


Abbreviations Used in this Document



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13Abbreviations Used in this Document


DECCW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW)

EP&A Act NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979

EPBC Act Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

LEP Local Environmental Plan

NPW Act NSW National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974

NPWS NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

NV Act NSW Native Vegetation Act 2003

RFS Rural Fire Service

RTA Roads and Traffic Authority, NSW

SEPP State Environmental Planning Policy

TSC Act NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995


Table 8. Estimated costs, funding source and responsible parties for implementing the actions identified in the Recovery Plan.

Action No.

Description

Responsible party1

Priority2

Fund source3

Estimated cost/yr4

Total Cost

Yr 1

Yr 2

Yr 3

Yr 4

Yr 5
















1.1

Co-ordinate recovery program

DECCW

1

In-kind

$8340

$8340

$8340

$8340

$8340

$ 41700

2.1.

Advice to public authorities

DECCW

1

#



















2.2

Reference to this plan when preparing Planning Instruments

Councils 5

1

#



















2.3

Reference to this plan when assessing developments & activities

Councils 5

1

#



















3.1

Site management statements

DECCW

2

Unsecured

$4170

$4170

$4170

$4170

$4170

$ 20850

3.2

DECCW Implementation of threat abatement measures

DECCW

1

Unsecured

$8340

$8340

$8340

-

-

$ 25020

3.3

Review of Plans of Management or Fire Management Plans

DECCW

2

In-kind

-

$4170

-

$4170

-

$ 8430

3.4

Incorporate threat abatement measures into management plans for community land

Councils 5

1

#



















3.5

Local Government Implementation of threat abatement measures

Councils 5

1

#



















3.6

DECCW to encourage site management statements

DECCW

1

#



















3.7

Public authorities Implementation threat abatement measures

Public authorities 6

1

#



















3.8

Liaise with Dept. of Defence regarding Holsworthy

DECCW

1

Unsecured

-

$4170

-

-

-

$ 4170

3.9

Prepare site management statements for private landholders

DECCW

2

Unsecured

$4170

$4170

-

-

-

$ 8430

3.10

Encourage private landholders to implement threat abatement measures

DECCW

2

In-kind

-

-

$4170

-

$4170

$ 8430

3.11

Review Bush Fire Environmental Assessment Code

DECCW, RFS

2

#



















3.12

Provide updated NSW Atlas data to other relevant datasets

DECCW

2

Unsecured

-

$4170

-

$4170

-

$ 8340

4.1

DECCW to encourage operational staff to reduce impact on species

DECCW

1

In-kind

$4170

-

$4170

-

-

$ 8340

5.1

Undertake surveys of previously unsurveyed sites

DECCW

2

Unsecured

$4170

$4170

$4170

-

-

$ 12510

5.2.

Identify potential habitat and facilitate surveys

DECCW

2

Unsecured

$4170

-

-

$8340

-

$ 12510

5.3

Promote the priority research projects

DECCW

2

#



















6.1

Provide public land managers with site information

DECCW

1

In-kind

$4170

-

-

-

-

$ 4170

6.2

Update profile & Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines

DECCW

2

#



















7.1

Raise awareness of recovery program in the community

DECCW

3

Unsecured




$4170










$ 4170

7.2

DECCW to liaise with councils regarding bushcare programs

DECCW

3

Unsecured







$4170







$ 4170

8.1

Create long-term seed storage

DECCW

3

Unsecured

-

$4170

-

$4170

-

$ 8430




Annual and total cost







Unsecured
















$108420













In-kind
















$ 70890













TOTAL
















$179310

1 DECCW : Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water

2 Priority ratings are: 1 - Action critical to meeting plan objectives, 2 - Action contributing to meeting plan objectives, 3 – Desirable but not essential action.

3 In kind funds represent the salary component of permanent staff and recurrent resources. Salary for in-kind contributions is calculated at $350 per day, which includes officer salary and on-costs, provision of office space, vehicles, administration support and staff management. Unsecured funds will be sought from sources including DECCW annual provisions for the implementation of threatened species programs, Caring for Our Country, Environmental Trust, industry sponsors, the NSW State Biodiversity Program, Threatened Species Network, and Threatened Species Appeal.

3, 4 # - No direct cost (either cost of action is negligible or action is a statutory responsibility of the responsible party).

5 Councils in this recovery plan, are the local governments of: Baulkham Hills, Blue Mountains, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, Hornsby, Ku-ring-gai, Liverpool, Ryde, Sutherland, Warringah, Wingecarribee, and Wollondilly.
6 Public authorities in this recovery plan, are the RTA, Waste Services NSW, and Sydney Catchment Authority.

Appendix 1: Public Authority responsibilities under NSW legislation



Public authority

Relevant responsibilities

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water

  • Assessment of section 91 licence applications under the TSC Act

  • Assessment of section 132C licence applications (eg for bushland regeneration activities) under the NPW Act

  • Assessment of proposed activities on DECCW estate.

  • Consideration of objectives and actions of a recovery plan when undertaking assessment of significance under section 5A of EP& A Act

  • Advice to consent and determining authorities, with a possible concurrence role under the EP&A Act

  • Preparation of priority action statements and co-ordination of implementation.

  • Preparation of plans of management for DECCW estate.

Relevant local governments

  • Preparation of local environmental plans (LEPs) under Part 3 of EP&A Act. Consultation with DECCW is required if the LEP will or may affect threatened species, populations, communities or their habitats.

  • Assessment of development applications under Part 4 of EP&A Act.

  • Assessment of council works under Part 5 of EP&A Act.

  • Consideration of objectives and actions of a recovery plan when undertaking assessment of significance under section 5A of EP& A Act

  • Consideration of conditions in Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List when issuing Bush Fire Hazard Reduction Certificates under Rural Fires Act 1997.

  • Plans of management for community land must be prepared or amended to take into account council’s obligations under a recovery plan.

Department of Planning

  • Development of policy and strategies, including SEPPs, for land use planning and environmental assessment.

  • Assessment of major development applications.

  • Determination of certain development proposals under Part 4 of the EP&A Act.

  • Approval of certain activities under Part 5 of EP&A Act.

  • Consideration of objectives and actions of a recovery plan when undertaking assessment of significance under section 5A of EP& A Act

Rural Fire Service

  • Consideration of impacts on threatened species, populations, communities and their habitats when exercising functions and when preparing Bush Fire Risk Management Plans and Plans of Operations.

  • Approval authority for works under Part 5 of EP&A Act

  • Consideration of objectives and actions of a recovery plan when undertaking assessment of significance under section 5A of EP& A Act

  • Consideration of conditions in Threatened Species Hazard Reduction List when issuing Bush Fire Hazard Reduction Certificates.

  • Consideration of objectives and actions of a recovery plan when undertaking assessment of significance under section 5A of EP& A Act

Roads and Traffic Authority

  • Appropriate management of lands with known or potential habitat.

Sydney Catchment Authority

  • Appropriate management of lands with known or potential habitat.

Waste Services NSW

  • Appropriate management of lands with known or potential habitat.


Appendix 2: Additional legislation relevant for the conservation and recovery of M. deanei

Additional legislation relevant to the conservation and recovery of M. deanei in NSW includes the following:



  • National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974;

  • Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979;

  • Local Government Act 1993;

  • Native Vegetation Act 2003;

  • Rural Fires Act 1997;

  • Rural Fires and Environmental Assessment Legislation Amendment Act 2002;

  • Crown Lands Act 1989; and

  • Rural Lands Protection Act 1998.

    The most significant implications of the above legislation with regard to M. deanei are described below, and the major existing obligations of public authorities in relation to M. deanei are outlined in Appendix 1.




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