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LLS here to help

At Local Land Services, we believe that partnerships are essential to our success. We are here to work together with you and tailor the right solutions to grow a sustainable business.

We can assist with:

  • advice on using the new codes of practice and other tools
  • support to access incentives for conserving native plants and animals on your property
  • timely assistance with approvals if required
  • workshops, field days and farm visits to help you understand the new land management framework.

Drop us a line or register for an upcoming event

Contact your Local Land Services office and we will arrange a time to talk or visit your property to discuss the options available to you so you can get on with the business of farming.

A program of information events and field days is planned to help land owners better understand the new land management framework and to find out how we can help you.

Email: slm.info@lls.nsw.gov.au

Phone: 1300 778 080

How to access the land management framework opportunities

General information

Call: 1300 778 080

Email: slm.info@lls.nsw.gov.au

Drop into: Your nearest Local Land Services office

Advice

Call your nearest Local Land Services office or 1300 778 080 to talk to a Local Land Services adviser.

If you know your Local Land Services adviser contact them directly.

Advice on allowable activities and options that do not require a certificate or approval.

Property visit

For assistance in discussing the options available for your property or to obtain a certificate, a Local Land Services adviser can visit your property.

They will also provide advice on the correct and most suitable land management pathway that will maximise opportunities and positive outcomes for your property.

Certificates and approvals

If required, a sustainable land management officer will work with you to draft a certificate proposal.

The certificate proposal will be submitted and, when verified, a certificate will be issued to you.

A sustainable land management officer is able to track the progress of your proposal and can estimate when you will likely receive and can start the activities as outlined in your certificate.

If you are interested in the Division 6 clearing approval pathway (where codes may not be applicable), a sustainable land management officer can provide advice on this also.

Follow up and support

After your certificate has been issued and you have commenced your activities, a Local Land Services officer can continue to provide you with any ongoing information, advice and support you require.