A Bush Fire Risk Management Plan (BFRMP) is a document that maps and describes the level of bush fire risk across an area and sets out treatment strategies to minimise and mitigate the risk to the community over five years. This plan is an important strategic document which aims to protect the community and assets. The treatment strategies in this plan may directly affect you and your property.
The BFRMP for the Canterbury-Bankstown and Georges River Local Government Areas, has recently been reviewed by the Canterbury-Bankstown-Georges River Bush Fire Management Committee (BFMC). The committee (BFMC) consists of fire agencies, land managers and other stakeholders who have been working to identify ways of reducing the impact of fires on this area.
The BFMC invites you to view the draft BFRMP and make comments by Thursday 29 February 2024. The BFMC encourages everyone to take the opportunity to review the draft and ensure any concerns are addressed.
Your comments are invited on the Canterbury-Bankstown-Georges River BFMC draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan, now on public exhibition online here.
The plan can also be viewed at the following locations:
- Bankstown Customer Service Centre, Upper Ground Floor, Bankstown Civic Tower
66 - 72 Rickard Road (Corner of Jacobs Street), Bankstown NSW 2200 Australia; and
- Campsie Customer Service Centre, 137 Beamish Street, Campsie NSW 2194 Australia.
Timeline item 1 - active
Friday 12 January 2024 - Thursday 29 February 2024
This consultation is open for contributions.
Timeline item 2 - incomplete
Thursday 29 February 2024 05:00 pm
Contributions to this exhibition are closed, reviewed and reported back to the project team.
For further enquires or submit feedback, contact:
By post to C/- Executive Officer, Canterbury Bankstown Georges River BFMC, 16 Victoria Street, Ashfield 2131