Conservation Management Plans
A Conservation Management Plan is a document which sets out what is signiﬁcant in a place and, consequently, what policies are appropriate to enable that signiﬁcance to be retained in its future use and development. For most places it deals with the management of change. Below are some of the CMPs that have been developed for places in the Eurobodalla.
Moruya Showground Conservation Management Plan
Former Mechanic's Institute and School of Arts Moruya Conservation Management plan
Moruya Heads Pilot Station
This plan was prepared in response to a brief by the National Parks and Wildlife Service. A copy of the plan is held at Council's Customer Service Centre, Moruya.
Moruya Quarry and Wharf
This plan was prepared in response to a brief by the NSW Department of Lands. A copy of the plan is held at Council's Customer Service Centre, Moruya.
Nerrigundah (Pollock's) Store
This Conservation Management Plan (CMP) presented information in relation of the owner's wish to seek consent, under Clause 28D of Eurobodalla Rural Local Environmental Plan 1987, to establish a new use for the commercial area of the property. The use was prohibited at the time.