Application can be made to use Crown Land for a variety of purposes. Generally licences are used to provide:
- temporary occupation for a specific purpose;
- arrangement for short term management of the site; and
- transition to better tenure.
Land will only be allocated when local government zoning, native title, biodiversity, contamination and national competition policy issues have been dealt with.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Annual or as specified.
Market levels (minimum fees to be advised by Regional Offices).
Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
National Parks & Wildlife Act 1972 (South Australia)
Crown Land Management Act 2009 (South Australia)
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