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Kiama Council contractors will be removing a Norfolk Island Pine in front of 17 Bong Bong Street, Kiama. The removal of the tree is required to allow Sydney Water to excavate and replace a section of damaged sewer pipe.
Our development assessment team is currently experiencing heavy demand for their services. We ask customers to make a booking for any development advice.
Council has a No Burn Policy(PDF, 164KB) for our municipality.
Council will consider applications to burn piles of vegetation on properties over 1 acre that carry out rural activities.
Approval is subject to:
Pile burning of dry and dead vegetation is not the best method of disposal.
We encourage re-use, recycling, composting, or disposal at the Minnamurra Waste & Recycling Facility.
Piles must be constructed in keeping with the NSW Rural Fire Service's standards for pile burning.
They must not contain any prohibited material.
Please view the steps below outlining the process for seeking approval for creating air pollution:
You must contact the NSW RFS to request a Fire Permit to burn during the Bush Fire Danger Period.
Approval to create air pollution form(PDF, 376KB)
You must include a copy of your approved and current NSW RFS Fire Permit.
You must contact the NSW RFS on (02) 4230 8200 to let them know about your burn and get their approval.
Our Compliance Officers will inspect your pile to ensure it meets the NSW RFS Guidelines for Pile Burning.
Further inspections may be needed if your pile doesn't comply.