This Member's bill seeks to allow the Director-General of Conservation to grant access for removal of specified trees, irreversibly damaged by an adverse weather event from certain conservation areas.
Defeated at first reading on 07 April 2021
Defeated by a majority of 34 votes (43 ayes, 77 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Member's bill|
|Introduced||30 July 2020|
|Defeated||7 April 2021|
|Defeated at reading||1|
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