Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan
Feedback on the Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan 2018-2021 is currently being invited on the ‘Have Your Say’ website. Feedback will be used to inform the review of the Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan 2018 -2021.
If you have any questions or would like to request a meeting to discuss the Plan, please email email@example.com
The Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan 2018-2021 was declared on 28 December 2018. The plan replaces the Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan 2011-2021. It has a lifespan of three years and will be renewed in this time frame.
The plan was developed in consultation with the Western Davenport Water Advisory Committee.
The plan manages the surface and groundwater resources within the Western Davenport Water Control District.
Water management arrangements focus on meeting the values of all water users. A principal objective of the plan is to maintain groundwater levels for the requirements of water dependent ecosystems.
There are no annual announced allocations for water extraction licences in the plan area.
The plan and the report on community engagement to develop the 2018-2021 plan are below.
Guidance documents for applicants for water extraction licences in the Western Davenport appear below.
- Guideline: Limits of acceptable change to groundwater dependent vegetation in the Western Davenport Water Control District
- Fact Sheet: Western Davenport water allocation plan
- Simplified Fact sheet - Western Davenport water allocation plan
- Western Davenport - Water resource and availability
- Western Davenport - Groundwater Storage Diagram
The Department is establishing a water advisory committee to evaluate the current plan and provide stakeholder recommendations to guide the development of the new 10 year Plan.
The Department will develop a review report to inform the new 10 year Plan.
A ‘Have your Say’ survey and public submissions period will also inform the new plan’s development.
Last updated: 24 September 2021
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