Missing the point of balance in planning
Victorian Planning and
Environment Ministers have been targeted weekly for months on end for so called
meddling in farm man
and Victoria are two of the most livable places in the world ----because of
planning. It would be a pity if the current Victorian government stuffed up the
always precarious role of planners with yet another quick fix move that is not field
tested , insults planners and best practice planning .
This failure to recognize what has also made
this lot haven’t dealt well enough with the yes men of
a previous era? After all they seem determined to create more paperwork ,“quangos” (
The simple facts are that both sides of the house are still tripping over themselves with so called new ideas (really just the same old same old business is government nonsense ) that don’t work and overload innovators with paperwork , reinforce nimbyism and cost everyone the earth !
Some of the ambitious changes in schemes are to be welcomed, so it would be a serious matter if they fail. Especially when ,with a bit of wisdom, the existing committed resources in time, effort and competent people weren’t put back into rebuilding trust out in the bush where understanding , empowerment , stewardship and custody is always more than fine words on paper .
of this angst is unnecessary
---environmental and planning best man
Rural people don’t want the insufficient suck eggs stuff of the policy sector. They want and deserve someone who makes practical commonsense decisions about complex issues – production ecologists in their own regions .
ecologists in regional areas who can back sound land man
people, despite knowing nature’s cycles and acting early , have for too long
had to bear the brunt of carelessly imposed “green” and quick fix imperatives
that act too late, cost too much tax and don’t work . This doesn’t mean the participants are always
right . But its an outr
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