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Bushfire Management Area Plans

Flinders Mid-North Yorke

Status – Approved

The Flinders Mid-North Yorke Bushfire Management Area Plan (BMAP) consists of:

Latest Update:

On the 19th May 2017 the State Bushfire Coordination Committee formally approved the Flinders Mid-North Yorke Bushfire Management Area Plan.  The BMC will begin work on implementation planning, monitoring and reporting.

Next steps:

Relevant stakeholders are continuing to work on a risk assessment process (to be consistent across all Bushfire Management Areas) to enable the inclusion of environmental assets as assets at risk from bushfire.  This does not negate the need to consider the impact on environmental assets when implementing risk treatments in approved BMAPs.

Any changes to multiple, significant or area-wide assets or risk treatments will necessitate additional periods of public consultation. The CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit is maintaining a list of persons/organisations interested in being notified should further opportunities for public consultation arise.

 If you would like your details added to this list please email: CFS.BushfireManagementPlanning@sa.gov.au or phone : (08) 8463 4151

This Plan has been developed as part of a project funded by the Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) in partnership with the Commonwealth and State Government of South Australia.

LGAs

Flinders Mid North Yorke Council areas map
  • District Council of Peterborough
  • District Council of Orroroo Carrieton
  • Light Regional Council
  • District Council of Mount Remarkable
  • Port Augusta City Council
  • Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council
  • The Flinders Ranges Council
  • Yorke Peninsula Council
  • Wakefield Regional Council
  • Adelaide Plains Council
  • Northern Areas Council
  • District Council of Barunga West
  • District Council of the Copper Coast
  • The Regional Council of Goyder
  • Port Pirie Regional Council

Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges

Status: Approved

The Adelaide & Mt Lofty Ranges Bushfire Management Area Plan (BMAP) consists of:

Next Steps: The Adelaide Mt Lofty Ranges Bushfire Management Committee is working on implementation planning, monitoring and reporting. 

Relevant stakeholders are continuing to work on a risk assessment process (to be consistent across all Bushfire Management Areas) to enable the inclusion of environmental assets as assets at risk from bushfire.  This does not negate the need to consider the impact on environmental assets when implementing risk treatments in approved BMAPs.

 Any changes to multiple, significant or area-wide assets or risk treatments will necessitate additional periods of public consultation. The CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit is maintaining a list of persons/organisations interested in being notified should further opportunities for public consultation arise.  If you would like your details added to this list please email: CFS.BushfireManagementPlanning@sa.gov.au or phone : (08) 8463 4151

This Plan has been developed as part of a project funded by the Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) in partnership with the Commonwealth and State Government of South Australia.

LGAs

Adelaide Mt Lofty Ranges Bushfire Management Area
  • Town of Gawler
  • City of Mitcham
  • City of Playford
  • Mount Barker District Council
  • City of Tea Tree Gully
  • Campbelltown City Council
  • City of Burnside
  • City of Onkaparinga
  • City of Salisbury
  • Adelaide Hills Council
  • The Barossa Council
  • City of Marion

Fleurieu

Status– Approved by Bushfire Management Committee, pending consideration for approval by State Bushfire Coordination Committee.

The Draft Fleurieu Bushfire Management Area Plan (BMAP) consists of:

Latest Update: - Public consultation

Submissions have been reviewed by the Bushfire Management Committee (BMC) and replies are being forwarded to respondents.  The Draft BMAP was approved at a recent meeting of the FL BMC to proceed to the State Bushfire Coordination Committee for final approval consideration.

If you have any queries in relation to this process or any other issue related to the FMNY BMAP, please call the CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit during business hours on (08) 8463 4151.

Any changes to multiple, significant or area-wide assets or risk treatments will necessitate additional periods of public consultation. The CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit is maintaining a list of persons/organisations interested in being notified should further opportunities for public consultation arise.  If you would like your details added to this list please email: CFS.BushfireManagementPlanning@sa.gov.au or phone : (08) 8463 4151

This Plan is being developed as part of a project funded by the Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) in partnership with the Commonwealth and State Government of South Australia.

LGAs

Fleurieu Bushfire Management Area
  • Alexandrina Council
  • City of Victor Harbor
  • District Council of Yankalilla

Limestone Coast

Status: Approved

The Limestone Coast Bushfire Management Area Plan (BMAP) consists of:

Next Steps:  The Limestone Coast Bushfire Management Committee is working on implementation planning, monitoring and reporting. 

Relevant stakeholders are continuing to work on a risk assessment process (to be consistent across all Bushfire Management Areas) to enable the inclusion of environmental assets as assets at risk from bushfire.  This does not negate the need to consider the impact on environmental assets when implementing risk treatments in approved BMAPs.

Any changes to multiple, significant or landscape wide assets or risk treatments may necessitate additional periods of public consultation.  The CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit is maintaining a list of persons/organisations interested in being notified should further opportunities for public consultation arise.

If you would like your details added to this list please email: CFS.BushfireManagementPlanning@sa.gov.au or phone (08) 8463 4151.

This Plan has been developed as part of a project funded by the Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) in partnership with the Commonwealth and State Government of South Australia.

LGAs

Limestone Coast Bushfire Management Area                            
  • City of Mount Gambier
  • Kingston District Council
  • Tatiara District Council
  • Wattle Range Council
  • District Council of Robe
  • Naracoorte Lucindale Council
  • The District Council of Grant

 

 

Kangaroo Island

Status – Approved.

The Kangaroo Island Bushfire Management Area Plan (BMAP) consists of:

 

Latest Update:

On the 19th May 2017 the State Bushfire Coordination Committee formally approved the Kangaroo Island Bushfire Management Area Plan.  The BMC will begin work on implementation planning, monitoring and reporting.

Next steps:

Relevant stakeholders are continuing to work on a risk assessment process (to be consistent across all Bushfire Management Areas) to enable the inclusion of environmental assets as assets at risk from bushfire.  This does not negate the need to consider the impact on environmental assets when implementing risk treatments in approved BMAPs.

 Any changes to multiple, significant or area-wide assets or risk treatments will necessitate additional periods of public consultation. The CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit is maintaining a list of persons/organisations interested in being notified should further opportunities for public consultation arise.

 If you would like your details added to this list please email: CFS.BushfireManagementPlanning@sa.gov.au or phone : (08) 8463 4151

This Plan has been developed as part of a project funded by the Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) in partnership with the Commonwealth and State Government of South Australia.

LGAs

Kangaroo Island Bushfire Management Area

Lower Eyre Peninsula

Status – Provisional

Latest Update

The Provisional Lower Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Area Plan has been endorsed by Lower Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Committee and approved by the State Bushfire Coordination Committee.

The Lower Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Committee is working on implementation planning, monitoring and reporting. The inclusion of environmental assets as assets at risk from bushfire is pending the development of a state-wide process. This does not negate the need to consider the impact on environmental assets when implementing treatments in approved BMAPs.

Any changes to multiple, significant or area-wide assets or treatments will necessitate additional periods of public consultation. The CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit is maintaining a list of persons/organisations interested in being notified should further opportunities for public consultation arise.

If you would like your details added to this list please email: CFS.BushfireManagementPlanning@sa.gov.au or phone : (08) 8463 4151

Local Government Areas

Lower Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Area
  • City of Port Lincoln
  • The District Council of Tumby Bay
  • The District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula

Murray Mallee

Status – Interim.  Development of new plan has commenced

Murray Mallee Bushfire Management Area Plan (interim)

Latest Update

Development of the Murray Mallee Bushfire Management Area Plan has commenced with initial meetings held with the Bushfire Management Committee and relevant stakeholders.  Workshops are being scheduled to assess assets at risk from bushfire and the resultant information is to be reviewed by the Murray Mallee Bushfire Management Committee. 

Local Government Areas

Murray Mallee Bushfire Management Area
  • Coorong District Council
  • Mid Murray Council
  • Renmark Paringa Council
  • The Berri Barmera Council
  • The District Council of Loxton Waikerie
  • Southern Mallee District Council
  • The Rural City of Murray Bridge
  • The District Council of Karoonda East Murray

Outback

Status – Interim

Outback Bushfire Management Area Plan

Local Government Areas

Outback Bushfire Management Area
  • The District Council of Coober Pedy
  • Municipal Council of Roxby Downs

Upper Eyre Peninsula

Status – Draft - open for public comment

The Draft Upper Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Area Plan (BMAP) consists of

Also see the Frequently Asked Questions fact sheet for more information

Latest Update

The Draft Upper Eyre Peninsula BMAP has been released for public consultation.  Community members can provide comment via the online feedback form or by completing a submission template and send to:

Email:  cfs.bushfiremanagementplanning@sa.gov.au

Post:  Attention CFS BMPU, PO Box 2468, Adelaide SA 5001 

To ask a question or to provide a verbal submission please call CFS Bushfire Management Planning Unit during business hours on (08) 8463 4151.

The Draft Upper Eyre Peninsula BMAP is open for comment until Monday 31st July 2017 and the Upper Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Committee will then review all submissions.

This Plan is being developed as part of a project funded by the Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) in partnership with the Commonwealth and State Government of South Australia.

Local Government Areas

  • The District Council of Elliston
  • The District Council of Ceduna
  • The District Council of Streaky Bay
  • The District Council of Franklin Harbour
  • The District Council of Cleve
  • The District Council of Kimba
  • Corp of the City Council of Whyalla
  • Wudinna District Council

Upper Eyre Peninsula Bushfire Management Area