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Public comment and consultation

Open for public comment

​The following documents are open for public comment. Details on the commenting process is present in the relevant documents below. 

Document open for public comment Closes​
Application for Pearl Oyster Farm Lease – Cygnet Bay Consolidated

In March of 2020 the Department received an application pursuant to Section 22 of the Pearling Act 1990 for a pearl oyster farm lease located at West Cary Patch.

Further information on this application is available in the document above. Should you have substantial comments with regard to this lease, you are invited to provide these to us within the specified timeframe.

Submissions

Queries and/or submissions should be directed to Amie Steele by email at amie.steele@fish.wa.gov.au, phone on (08) 6551 4332 or by mail to:

Attention: Amie Steele
Locked Bag 4
Bentley Deliver Centre WA 6893

Submissions are required by 5pm 22 June 2020.

 
​Monday
5pm 22 June 2020
FISH RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ACT 1994

Applications for new aquaculture licence and aquaculture lease by Abrolhos Grown Pty Ltd – Invitation for Public Comment.

Pursuant to Administrative Guideline No. 1 Item 3.4.7, public comment is invited within 28 days of the date of this invitation on applications for an aquaculture licence and lease to culture various species of seaweed at three sites within the Pelsaert Group of the Abrolhos Islands.

Information on this application is available in the following documents:

If you wish to comment, please contact Danielle Hartshorn by email at danielle.hartshorn@dpird.wa.gov.au or by mail to:

Attention: Danielle Hartshorn
Aquaculture Branch
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Locked Bag 39
Cloisters Square
Perth WA 6850

To ensure that your comment is taken into account, your submission must be received by 5pm on 11 June 2020.

​Thursday
5pm 11 June 2020
​​Intention to Determine a Harvest Strategy for the Saucer Scallop Resource of the Abrolhos Islands: Draft Harvest Strategy Open for Public Comment 

​​The Minister for Fisheries intends to determine a Harvest Strategy for the saucer scallop resource of the Abrolhos Islands and invites interested persons to comment on the Draft Harvest Strategy.

The publication of a harvest strategy for an aquatic resource makes decision making considerations and processes publicly transparent and provide a basis for informed dialogue on management actions with resource users and other stakeholders. Harvest strategies contain specific objectives, performance indicators, reference levels and harvest control rules for each defined ecological asset.

A copy of the Saucer Scallop Resource of the Abrolhos Islands Harvest Strategy 2020 - 2025 is available here​.

Interested persons seeking to comment on the Draft Harvest Strategy are invited to make representations in writing by 4.00pm, 2 June 2020.

Representations in connection with the Draft Harvest Strategy may be forwarded to:

Shirree Blazeski (Senior Management Officer)
Saucer Scallop Resource of the Abrolhos Islands Harvest Strategy 2020 - 2025
c/- Deputy Director General
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Locked Bag 4, Bentley Delivery Centre WA 6983

Alternatively, written submissions may be forwarded electronically to:
shirree.blazeski@dpird.wa.gov.au​​


Tuesday 4pm 2 June 2020
Other document open for public comment Closes​

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