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Reform of Victoria's Subordinate Environment Legislation

Stefan Fiedler and Peter Healy

Victoria’s environment subordinate legislation has been reformed and consultation is open to 31 October 2019.

The draft subordinate legislation is the next component of the major reform package. The changes will have a profound impact on contaminated land development, waste, resource recovery, organic waste processing and wastewater and biosolid reuse.

Stefan Fiedler, Principal in the Government, Planning & Environment team, has identified important considerations and provided high level analysis.

Read the analysis here

This will be of interest to State Government, Local Government, Water Corporations, Industry and anyone who owns, develops and invests in land in Victoria. 

If you require any further information, please contact Stefan Fiedler on (03) 9609 1672 or by email

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