Free community workshop in Byron Bay

TOGETHER with the Byron Residents Group, EDO NSW will hold a free workshop in Byron Bay explaining how the community can monitor and enforce compliance with environmental and planning laws.

The workshop will cover practical steps the community can take to protect itself and the environment from the impacts of development, even after developments are approved.

Projects including the West Byron development, the Belongil rock wall, and Ewingsdale seniors housing development will be used as examples to show where the community can engage in monitoring, compliance and enforcement of laws.

The workshop will be held on Thursday February 26 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Byron Community Centre, 69 Jonson Street Byron Bay

For further info & to RSVP contact EDO NSW on 6621 1070.

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