Under WaSIP funding, many councils are required to put Sustainable Event Management Policies in place. See below for links to local council’s policies.
Encompasses the areas of Kurri Kurri, Lovedale, Polkolbin and Wollombi. For any events over 500 pax within council and from external private entities, a DA approval will need to be submitted which involves addressing events sustainability issues. Event See here for more information. This includes having to submit information on various aspects within a Development Control Plan.
Maitland City Council
Encompasses the areas of Greta, Tocal, Cliftleigh and Woodberry. Currently only Council owned events are required to adhere to a Sustainable Events Policy. Read the existing Maitland City Council Sustainable Events Policy here. Sustainable Events Management Policy
This LGA encompasses the areas of Newcastle, Broadmeadow, New Lambton, Stockton and Hexham. The NCC Sustainable Events Management policy is relevant for events over 140 pax that rely on council consent or DA approval to operate their event. Please see the Waste Management plan which may be of further assistance.
This LGA encompasses the areas of Raymond Terrace, Nelson Bay, Anna Bay, Shoal Bay and Fern Bay. Events within the Port Stephens LGA may be required to adhere to the Port Stephens Sustainable Events Management Policy.
A small council body with a growing reputation for innovative events and activities. The LGA encompasses the towns of Dungog, Gresford, Paterson, Vacy, Martins Creek and Clarence Town. Visit Dungog Council.
This LGA comprises of Gloucester, Stratford, Craven, Barrington and Copeland and surrounding areas. For event organising procedure in these areas, visit Gloucester Shire Council.
Located in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, the Great Lakes is home to the globally significant, Ramsar Convention listed Myall Lakes wetlands. For event organising procedure in these areas, visit Great Lakes Council.
A local government area in the Upper Hunter region of New South Wales, Australia. The Shire was formed in May 2004 from the Scone Shire and parts of Murrurundi and Merriwa shires. For event organising procedure in these areas, visit Upper Hunter Shire Council.
Is an incorporated body comprising of Local Government Areas with the Hunter Region. These are Cessnock, Great Lakes, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Port Stephens and Singleton.