Update on Travelling Stock Reserves Management Agreement Permits
02 Sep 2021
During the recent application period, which closed on 30 July 2021, North Coast Local Land Services received many Management Agreement (MA) Permits applications.
Under measures introduced in 2020 by Local Land Services, Management Agreement Permits across NSW are now standardised, and the process of assessing applications is more robust.
Successful applicants will be selected using comprehensive criteria, ensuring the region’s TSR network is looked after properly.
TSRs have a storied history in NSW. They are not only important for agricultural productivity, but they also play a crucial role in supporting threatened species and habitats.
Whether it’s proposed grazing practices, experience, or how pests and weeds will be managed, we need to make sure applicants can effectively manage a TSR, so our industries and the communities they support can prosper.
We were encouraged to see such interest in TSRs across the region. The evaluation panel is currently assessing applications, and we are hoping to start notifying applicants of the outcome of their submission in early September.
The issuing of Management Agreement Permits to successful applicants will occur in late September, with an expected commencement date in early October.
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