MidCoast Greening Strategy
Find out more information about the MidCoast Greening Strategy.
The greening of the MidCoast adds to the liveability and environmental amenity of our towns, villages, and rural and natural landscapes – it’s an integral part of the natural environment that you’ve told us is important.
To support this, we’ve developed a Greening Strategy that aims to manage and enhance tree canopy cover and green spaces across our region, with a particular focus on our urban areas. The MidCoast Greening Strategy sets out a forward-thinking plan of action for greening that targets specific locations according to what is needed.
One of the priority actions proposed is the introduction of a Vegetation Management Policy in targeted areas, aimed at maintaining the ecological values or landscape and amenity these areas contribute through existing vegetation.
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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live, the Gathang-speaking people and pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who now reside in the MidCoast Council area. We extend our respect to elders past and present, and to all future cultural-knowledge holders.
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We deliver benefits for our community in a way that adds value and builds trust.
Why we are engaging
We are committed to engaging with our community in a meaningful way to support decision making, plan for projects, and to strengthen our communities.
By inviting your participation, we aim to create a sense of belonging, connection and involvement, and ultimately greater ownership of decisions by the whole community.
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Principle 1 - Collection of personal information for lawful purposes
Principle 2 - Collection of personal information directly from individual
Principle 3 - Requirements when collecting personal information
Principle 4 - Other requirements relating to collection of personal information
Principle 5 - Retention and security of personal information
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Principle 12 - Special restrictions on disclosure of personal information
Council’s Privacy Statement, which summarises our obligations, is as follows:
This information is required to assist with your transaction and will not be used for any other purpose without seeking your consent, or as required by law. Your information will be retained in Council’s Records Management System and disposed of in accordance with current legislation. Your personal information can be accessed and corrected at any time by contacting Council.
The Information and Privacy Commission is the Agency providing oversight of Council’s privacy obligations. Further information can be found on their website www.ipc.nsw.gov.au
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