New South Wales Office of Water
To protect water sources in lake and groundwater systems the long-term it's important to balance the needs of liquid people and environment.
Water revealing programs establish rules for sharing water between different types of water use eg city offer, outlying domestic supply, stock watering, industry and irrigation and means that liquid is provided for the health of the device.
Water sharing programs have been created for streams and groundwater methods across New South Wales after the introduction associated with Water Management Act 2000.
These programs offer water users with perpetual access licences, fair circumstances, and increased possibilities to trade liquid through split of land and water.
Liquid sharing plans have a term of ten years. Ahead of expiry for the ten-year term of a liquid revealing plan, the master plan is assessed to ascertain whether or not it is extended or replaced.
Extension refers to the extension of an agenda for another a decade without modification. Substitution is where modifications into the existing program tend to be proposed.