The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment – Crown Lands recently released a draft State Strategic Plan for NSW Crown lands. This plan outlines a proposed vision and strategy for the management of Crown land over the next ten years. NSW Crown lands belong to the people of the State. Feedback on the plan from our network of Crown land managers as well as the broader community will help to ensure that the Crown estate delivers value to the people of NSW and contribute the prosperity of the State. We encourage your participation in the consultation process, as outlined below.
Join an online webinar to provide feedback
Responding to community concern regarding COVID-19, we are holding interactive online information sessions during the public exhibition period.
You can join in from the comfort of your own home or business and hear our team talk about the draft State Strategic Plan.
You can join any of the four sessions, as we will be giving the same presentation at each session. During the online session, you can use the 'chat' function to ask questions.
Joining an online information session is easy, just follow the instructions in our How to join a webinar guide.
To register for an online information session, please use the links below:
- Thursday 30 July 2020: 6:00 - 7:00pm
- Friday 31 July 2020: 12:30 - 1:30pm
- Thursday 6 August 2020: 5:30 - 6:30pm
- Friday 7 August 2020: 1:00 - 2:00pm
Other ways to provide feedback
Feedback on the draft State Strategic Plan for Crown land can be provided as per below. The closing date to provide this feedback is midnight Thursday 20 August 2020. Please make sure you specify your privacy preference when making a submission.
- Online submission - Use our online submission tool to have your say now.
- Downloadable submission form - You can download and fill in this submission form (PDF 882.6 KB). Once you have completed it, please either email it to or post it to the relevant address below.
Mail - PO Box 2155, DANGAR NSW 2309
Please quote the reference SSP Crown Land and ensure your correspondence is posted in time to be received by the department prior to the closing date.
Important: Please note that all submissions will be published on the department's website unless marked as 'confidential'.