|Environment Policy 2003|
Environment Policy 2003
The purpose of the National Capital Authority is to manage the Commonwealth Government's continuing interest in the planning and development of Canberra as the National Capital.
A National Capital which symbolises Australia's heritage, values and aspirations, is internationally recognised, and worthy of pride by Australians.
To realise the promise of the city plan and the ideals of the founders we will work toward a robust and sustainable planning framework that supports the needs of the Capital now and in the future, and establishes a dynamic relationship between the Capital's cultural and natural settings.
To foster Canberra as the National Capital we will work toward broadening the experience of all Australian citizens of their National Capital and stimulating their understanding of country and culture.
To develop the special character of the National Capital we will work toward:
Our key environmental objective in the National Capital Plan is to support and promote environmentally responsible urban development and management practices.
In all of our functions and operations, the National Capital Authority will:
The National Capital Authority and its employees are committed to improved environmental performance and will achieve this through the implementation of this Policy.
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