What are Coastal Action Plans (CAPs)?
CAPs provide a unique planning mechanism which have the ability to operate across different land tenures, jurisdictions and land management responsibilities to achieve integration and coordination.
CAPs give effect to the Victorian Coastal Strategy 2014 (VCS) and their development and delivery in western Victoria has been led by the Board since 1996. Read More. . .
Current Coastal Action Plans
Eleven CAPs have been developed in western Victoria since 1997, including six Local CAPs, two Regional CAPs, two Estuary CAPs and a Boating CAP. Read More . . .
Coastal Action Plan Reviews
The Board has recently completed a full statutory review of CAPs in the region. The Board completed a full statutory review of CAPs in the region in 2012 and undertook an interim review of the Boating CAP in 2013. Read More. .
A New Regional Coastal Plan
The Western Coastal Board is inviting everyone with an interest in the coast to help shape the future of Victoria’s western coastal region and contribute to a new Regional Coastal Plan. Read more….