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Plans to consolidate six separate pieces of legislation that govern Western Australia's water resources management system will not proceed, following feedback from water users and stakeholders.




Plans to consolidate six separate pieces of legislation that govern Western Australia's water resources management system will not proceed, following feedback from water users and stakeholders.

The plans for reform were originally announced in 2006, however a more practical approach to water resource management is preferred. The Cook Government remains committed to supporting economic growth and jobs by improving processes for environmental approvals and reducing green tape.

Priority will be given to supporting timely processing of licence applications and investigations and helping the broader community to preserve our precious water resources. See more here

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