Among other things (which are not already a reserve or are already protected), your country must include threatened species or areas of biobiological value that must be taken into account for an area. As a general rule, a report by an accredited expert can answer this question quickly. You must also pass a „fit and proper“ test if you decide to create a website. This new legislation has repealed and replaced previous biodiversity conservation legislation, including the Threatened Species Conservation Act of 1995, the Nature Conservation Trust Act 2001, the Native Vegetation Act 2003 and parts of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 and the Fisheries Management Act 1994. The BC Act introduces a biodiversity compensation system (BOS) that replaces the old biobank system. In short, the BOS is designed to create a system for creating and selling biodiversity credits by landowners with environmental influences. Like a biobanking agreement under the previous TSC Act, a BSA is an agreement between a landowner and the Minister of the Environment, under which the landowner must implement certain „management measures“ on a site, funded by payments to a biodiversity management fund. In the case of a landowner, the evaluator will complete a biodiversity management assessment (BSSAR) report to determine, in quantitative terms, the credits produced by an administrative site and the ongoing management measures necessary to preserve and improve the biodiversity of the site. In the recent decision of Kate Singleton Pty Ltd ACN 106 774 001 and S J Connelly CCP Pty Ltd ACN 125 970 783 (trade as planner North ABN 5 6 291 496 553) v Ballina Shire Rat  NSWLEC 1306 (Northern Planner), the Land and Environment Court (Court) rejected an attempt by a Council, impose a condition of consent that provides for the inclusion of a Biodiversity Conservation Agreement (BSA) for acreage application for construction.
Receive annual payments and manage the biodiversity management site (site). As a result of these management measures, landowners are able to generate and sell credits to developers who must purchase and withdraw credits to offset the effects of their development under the BOS. These credits mainly represent the improvement of biodiversity resulting from the protection and management of the site. Reforms to protect biodiversity have led to significant changes in the NSW planning system and have significantly changed the way biobiological diversity is assessed, managed and balanced. The reform package has introduced a number of new legislative instruments, including: however, a BSA cannot be concluded with regard to any country and there are requirements that must be met before fiduciary land can be established on this land, as shown below. In addition, the costs and effects of entering a BSA are not negligible and, therefore, a landowner should seek detailed advice before deciding to close a BSA.