The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) today launched its new corporate and Planning websites.
Our new websites are based on extensive customer research. Across Victoria, we’ve spoken with a wide range of stakeholders, including beekeepers, conveyancers, farmers, 4WD enthusiasts and local government professionals to understand what our customers need from DELWP online.
Our new website sites have been designed to provide a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout.
You can help by giving us your feedback or by taking this 10 minute survey about our online services:
A framework for our websites
This website is part of a multi-site framework of connected websites representing the services and information that we provide to Victorians.
The remaining DELWP websites will be live early in 2017:
- Climate Change
- Coasts and Marine
- Forest Fire Management Victoria
- Heritage Victoria.
- Land Victoria
- Local Government
- Parks and Forests
- Water and Catchments
Importantly, we will continue to listen to communities so that we can continue to improve our online services.
Bayside community information session
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) is inviting the public to attend a community information session on three different coastal projects at Black Rock, Hampton and Sandringham.
Victoria’s native fisheries to get an annual check-up
Major rivers in Victoria are to receive an annual check-up to monitor the health and status of recreational fish species.
Forest Creek flows into the final stretch
Environmental works have been scheduled for the end of May to remove the final 150 metres of exotic trees at Forest Creek in Castlemaine to make way for new native vegetation.