Draft Coastal Management Plan
The objective of the Coastal Management Plan is to provide policy guidance for managers of coastal land and waters in relation to their natural resource management activities and management of recreational use. Key management issues include:
- maintaining coastal landforms and physical coastal processes
- nature conservation
- maintaining access to coastal resources for indigenous cultural activities
- public access and use of coastal resources
- management planning
- knowledge sharing and community engagement.
The Draft Coastal Management Plan is a draft statutory amendment to the existing coastal plan under the Coastal Protection and Management Act 1995. The Draft Coastal Management Plan does not address land-use planning or development regulated under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. This is addressed under the State Planning Policy. More information about coastal development in Queensland is available.
The State Policy for Coastal Management will remain in effect until the Coastal Management Plan is finalised. The State Policy for Coastal Management provides policy direction for natural resource management decision-makers about land on the coast, such as coastal reserves, beaches, esplanades and tidal areas.
For more information about the existing coastal plan including copies of associated guidelines, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently asked questions
Questions and answers about the Draft Coastal Management Plan will assist in providing further information.
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