Tasman & Forestier Peninsula Community Meeting
Wednesday 24 February 2021
5.30 – 7pm
Eaglehawk Neck Community Hall, Arthur Highway, Eaglehawk Neck
Hear from Australia’s National Planning Champion PMAT on how to influence the development of your local planning rules (via Tasman Council’s Local Provisions Schedule). Every land title across Tasman and Forestier Peninsula is about to be transitioned to the new Tasmanian Planning Scheme.
Your engagement in this process is critical to help protect your land and the places you care about.
Speakers: Sophie Underwood, State Coordinator PMAT & Todd Dudley, Vice President PMAT & President, North East Bioregional Network.
RSVP: Numbers are limited due to COVID-19. Please RSVP to Anna Pafitis on 0457 804 488 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The community meeting will also be live-streamed via PMAT’s Facebook page here. You can also watch on demand from here any time after the meeting.
PMAT’s Guide to help you comment on the future of Tasman & Forestier Peninsulas
In March 2020 PMAT released a FREE guide to help community members comment on the Local Provisions Schedules: Your Guide to Influencing the Development of Your Local Planning Rules (Local Provisions Schedule). Download your guide here. Copies of the guide will also be available at the public meeting.
Where Can I view Tasman Council’s Draft Local Provisions Schedule (LPS), how do I comment and when are my comments due?
The Tasman draft LPS is on public exhibition from 11 January 2021 to 13 March 2021. The draft LPS and related documents are available on the Tasman Council and the Tasmanian Planning Commission websites.
· Exhibition documents on the Tasmanian Planning Commissions website – see here.
· Exhibition documents on the Tasman Council website – see here.
Representations (comments) can be made in writing to the Tasman Council from 11 January to close of business 15 March 2020 by:
Post: Tasman Council, 1713 Main Road, Nubeena, 7184
You can also contact the Tasman Council on (03) 62509200 with any queries regarding the Draft LPS.
On the 24 February 2021, PMAT gave a presentation at the above community meeting on how to influence the development of your local planning rules (via Tasman Council’s Local Provisions Schedule). Every land title across Tasman and Forestier Peninsula is about to be transitioned to the new Tasmanian Planning Scheme. You can listen/watch the meeting on PMAT’s Facebook page here and/or download the presentation here.