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Public exhibition and public comment sought

Greater Metropolitan Region Groundwater Sources

Outcomes of the public exhibition for the draft replacement water sharing plan for the Greater Metropolitan Region Groundwater Sources 2023.

A water pool in River Cave at the Jenolan Caves at the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia.

Public exhibition of the replacement of the Water Sharing Plan for the Greater Metropolitan Region Groundwater Sources

Closed

Public exhibition of the draft replacement Water Sharing Plan for the Greater Metropolitan Region Groundwater Water Sources 2023 was held from Monday, 27 June to Sunday, 21 August 2022 and has now closed.

Outcomes of public exhibition

The public exhibition period provided valuable feedback that helped develop and inform proposed changes to the Water Sharing Plan for the Greater Metropolitan Region Groundwater Water Sources 2023.

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has reviewed all submissions received during the public exhibition period. The following respondents agreed to have their submissions published on this website. Note that not all respondents elected to have their submissions published.

  • Read the published submissions for the draft Water Sharing Plan for the Greater Metropolitan Region Groundwater Water Sources 2023

The views expressed in the submissions are the views of the respondents. While the department seeks to ensure that offensive material is not published, the department is not responsible for the views expressed in the submissions.

Feedback and issues raised during the public exhibition phase are considered when finalising the plan. A summary of what we heard during public exhibition is provided in the What we heard (PDF, 648.45 KB) report.

Contact us

If you have any questions, you can email the team on water.enquiries@dpie.nsw.gov.au.