The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) has responsibilities and powers under a range of NSW environmental legislation.
Find out more about the policies that guide the care and protection of the state's environment and cultural heritage.
Find out more about legislation reviews including biodiversity reform, Aboriginal cultural heritage reform, coastal reform and native vegetation regulation.
The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is required to maintain a number of public registers under certain pieces of legislation.
The prosecution guidelines set out the factors OEH takes into account when deciding whether, how and in what court, to prosecute offences under the legislation it administers.
Recent significant changes to environment and heritage legislation in New South Wales.
A range of draft plans, policies, agreements and reports that call for community involvement, engagement and consultation.