The Horticulture 90-Day Regulatory Mapping and Reform Project commenced in June 2018. The aim of the project is to reduce regulatory burden and red tape on businesses involved in the intensive and commercial cultivation of horticultural crops in Western Australia.
Led by the Department of Treasury, this project is undertaken in collaboration with other government agencies, industry associations and individual businesses to deliver:
Terms of Reference [PDF]
Link to Media Release
Link to Findings from Business Consultations [PDF]
Over 200 existing or aspiring horticulture businesses in Western Australia participated in consultations that were undertaken during July and August 2018 (now closed).
The information provided has formed a valuable ‘evidence database’ to identify the regulatory pain points affecting day-to-day operations and investment decisions for a substantial number of businesses in the sector.