|Special areas or catchment areas on land managed under the NPW Act ||NPW Act and various pieces of legislation controlling catchment and special areas in catchments including: |
Water Management Act 2000 and Sydney Water Act 1994
|There are additional restrictions on activities within these areas. |
Under the NPW Act S74 a plan of management for lands reserved or dedicated under the NPW Act or which comprise wilderness within the meaning of the Wilderness Act 1987 are wholly or partly in a catchment area or special area of a water authority, or the waters from any lands so reserved or dedicated that drain into a catchment area, special area or structure of a water authority, must be referred to the relevant water authority for its information, and also referred to the Director-General (DG) of the Department of Water Resources if the relevant water authority is the Hunter Water Corporation.
S185 NPW Act. (4) prevents the issuing of a lease, license, or right of way under the NPW Act in a catchment area or special area within the meaning of the Water Board (Corporatisation) Act 1994, except with the concurrence of Sydney Water Corporation, or
(b) the Hunter Water Board (Corporatisation) Act 1991, except with the concurrence of the Hunter Water Corporation and the Director of the Department of Water Resources.
Neither Sydney Water Corporation nor the Hunter Water Corporation nor the DG of the Department of Water Resources shall, except with the concurrence in writing of the DG, undertake or arrange for the cutting and marketing of timber of commercial value on lands within a national park, historic site, state recreation area, regional park, nature reserve, state game reserve, karst conservation reserve or Aboriginal area that are also lands within a catchment area or special area.
|Yes||Revocation requires an Act of Parliament||I-III where management includes management under the NPW Act|