Permit to Take Threatened Species (for Consultants & Development-related Activities)
Where a development will involve impact to a species listed as threatened under the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995
a permit to 'take' will be required. 'Take' includes kill, injure, pursue, catch, damage, destroy and collect. Consultants must also hold a permit to collect or impact specimens during any surveying. A permit under the Nature Conservation Act 2002 is also required to take products of wildlife.
If you require a permit, complete the permit application form below for the 'Taking' of Native Flora and/or Fauna. Applicants should allow 4 weeks for an application to be assessed and processed. Please note that permits will generally not be issued until the relevant planning approvals are obtained.
All survey or species identification records relating to the
proposed project will need to be entered and verified in the Natural Values
Atlas (NVA) before a permit can be assessed. The NVA is the official repository
for known records for species population and abundance figures. Further
information can be found at The
Natural Values Atlas. Please ensure your data has been entered and
approved in the NVA before submitting your permit application. The data
must include grid references in GDA94, accuracy in metres, date of observation
accurate to the day, observer name, estimates of the number of mature
individuals and area occupied, notes on disturbance and potential threats. If
you have any questions about how to complete your permit application or enter
your data into the NVA please contact Conservation Assessments (contact details below).
Permit to Take Application Form (257Kb)
If a Permit to Take is issued, a Permit Activity Report Form will need to be completed providing information on the species taken.