Biodiversity certification for Chain Valley Bay: Consultation

Application has been made for biodiversity certification of land at Chain Valley Bay. It includes assessment of impacts on biodiversity of future development resulting from rezoning the land. The application has closed for public comment.

Biodiversity certification addresses the potential effects of land use change on biodiversity during the early planning stage. The certification process identifies areas that can be developed after they are certified and measures to offset the impacts of development.

This application relates to the rezoning of 16.52 hectares of land at 15 Mulloway Drive, Chain Valley Bay from C2 Environmental Conservation and C3 Environmental Management, to R2 Low Density Residential, RE1 Public Recreation, C2 Environmental Conservation and C3 Environmental Management.

As part of the biodiversity certification process, the applicant made the application available and invited the public to make submissions on the application.

The Biodiversity Certification Assessment Report (PDF 42.1MB) and Biodiversity certification application (PDF 446KB) for the land at Chain Valley Bay were available for public consultation, but the consultation has now closed. 

The applicant must now provide a report to the Department of Planning and Environment that includes the applicant’s response to any submissions from the public.