The NSW Government has prepared the draft Cumberland Plain Conservation Plan (Plan) to protect Western Sydney’s biodiversity and support its growth to 2056 and beyond.
The Plan will contribute to the Western Parkland City by supporting the delivery of housing, jobs and infrastructure while protecting important biodiversity including threatened plants and animals.
The Plan is one of the largest strategic conservation plans to be undertaken in Australia and is the first strategic biodiversity certification to be undertaken under the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.
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