Conservation and Land Management Amendment Bill 1999


Bill No.77

SynopsisThe purpose of this Bill is to amend the Conservation and Land Management Act 1984 to establish a new conservation body to be known as the "Conservation Commission of Western Australia", in which national parks, nature reserves, conservation parks, State forests and timber reserves will be vested.

The Bill contains related amendments including abolition of three existing bodies: the Lands and Forest Commission; the Forest Production Council; and the National Parks and Nature Conservation Authority. Amendments will also be made to the functions of the "Department of Conservation and Land Management", which will be re-named the "Department of Conservation".

The ability to contract for the harvesting of forest products from public land and timber sharefarm land and for the sale of those products will be removed from the Conservation and Land Management Act 1984. Those functions will be undertaken by the Forests Products Commission provided for in the Forest Products Bill 1999.

StatusLegislative Council Second Reading Agreed 05/25/2000
This Act comes into operation on a day fixed by Proclamation

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Progress

Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 11/25/1999  
First Reading 11/25/1999  
Second Reading 11/25/1999 1 
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 03/15/2000  
Consideration in Detail 03/22/2000  
Amendments adopted 04/04/2000  
Third Reading 04/05/2000  


Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
First Reading 04/06/2000  
Second Reading 04/06/2000  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 05/25/2000 4 


Notes
1. Explanatory memorandum provided.
2. Proforma amendments made to the Bill.
3. Reconsidered in detail in the Assembly on 4 March 2000.
4. Committee to report by 20 June 2000.