In 2014 Council approved and adopted Blayney Shire Council's Roadside Management Plan. The Plan was based on the assessment of remnant roadside vegetation existing on Shire roadsides, which categorised the roadsides into high, medium or low values depending on the quality of remnant vegetation existing on the roadside. The location of rare, endangered or uncommon species was also identified. This information was transferred to a Shire map and included in the Plan. One of the major aims of the Plan was to conserve and properly manage the valuable remnant vegetation still existing on Shire roadsides.
Further information regarding the Roadside Management Plan can be obtained by contacting Council's Parks and Recreation Supervisor Officer on (02) 6368 2104. The Blayney Shire Roadside Vegetation Management Guidelines Glovebox Guide can be downloaded here.
Applications for Roadside Grazing Stock Permits can be obtained from your Local Land Services office, or contacting them on 1300 795 299
Please watch the following videos for further information.
Last modified: 02 Apr 2015