Land clearing at VDL
that some of VDL’s 7000ha of forests would be cleared as a part of its planned dairy expansion. Since broadscale clearing on private land comes into effect. As far as we know, VDL has not yet made an application for a permit to clear native forest. then we have received reports that VDL intended to clear 2500ha, and from another source 4000ha, of permit to clear native forest. The VDL’s website states that company is 98.42 per cent owned by Tasman clearing on private land comes into effect. As far as we know, VDL has not yet made an application for a Land clearing at VDL VDL’s 7000ha of forests would be cleared as a part of its planned dairy expansion. Since then we have The TCT first became aware that the Van Diemens Land Company (VDL), based at Woolnorth in north became aware that the Van Diemens Land Company (VDL), based at Woolnorth in north-west Tasmania received reports that VDL intended to clear 2500ha, and from another source 4000ha, of native forests
VDL clearing proposal set for strict assessment by Australian Government
and will be assessed by an environment impact statement. In our submission on VDL’s referral to the which are very complex and require detailed assessment. We also argued that VDL failed to adequately to be concluded. TCT’s concerns regarding the VDL proposal Direct impact on Tasmanian devil and spotted-tailed quoll VDL’s consultants found that the proposal would result in the clearance of 1818ha VDL clearing proposal set for strict assessment by Australian Government On the 18 February 2013 the Australian Government decided that the Van Diemen's Land Company (VDL
Changes to Tasmania’s Native Forest Clearing Policy
, there is also potential for damaging wind-blows to develop. The TCT wrote to the VDL company in what the VDL Company wants to clear. We are particularly concerned that it may want to clear vegetation work with VDL to deliver a best-practice biodiversity and landscape management framework, which
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