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Compliance Management Plans

Compliance Management Plans outline how the Department of Transport and Main Roads and its contractors will comply with specified environmental legislation when constructing or maintaining transport infrastructure.

Compliance Management Plans are developed in consultation with relevant agencies and once approved deem compliance with relevant legislative requirements.

The power to make and approve Compliance Management Plans comes from the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994.

There are 2 types of Compliance Management Plans:

  1. Compliance Management Plans prepared by contractors and approved by the Department of Transport and Main Roads under section 477G Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
  2. Compliance Management Plans made and approved by the Department of Transport and Main Roads under section 477H Transport Infrastructure Act 1994.

Compliance Management Plans made by Transport and Main Roads

Compliance Management Plans made and approved by Department of Transport and Main Roads must be published on the department's website. Current CMP’s under section 477H are listed below:

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Compliance Management Plans approved by Transport and Main Roads

Notice of approvals of Compliance Management Plans made by the Department of Transport and Main Roads contractors and approved by the department must also be published on our website.

Notices about Compliance Management Plans approved by the department include:

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Last updated
19 August 2019