Downloads: Agreed Delivery Agreement – Financial Compensation – no staggered delivery (0.14 mb) – Agreed Delivery Agreement – Financial Compensation – Staggered Delivery (0.14 mb) > allow identification of all or part of the area as an anticipated offset; Or, in general, environmental compensation is an activity that is undertaken to compensate for the negative effects of a prescribed activity on a prescribed environmental issue: for a local government to impose a compensation condition, adverse effects for which compensation is imposed must be maintained or likely to be done despite the problems of reduction on the ground. A local government can only impose a condition of compensation on one of two issues (Law, Section 15, paragraph 4): the VA`s environmental equalization policy, published in September 2011, provides a framework for a consistent application of environmental compensation to protect and preserve environmental and biodiversity values. There are a number of environmental replacement applications that proponents can request under the law depending on the development activity. o Local Importance or SPRP – A local government can only consider one application for environmental effects for which compensation may be imposed by a state planning regulation or a local government local planning tool. However, if the state can demand environmental compensation, the application must be made to the Chief Executive; o Reflection – Local government must consider environmental equalization policy and other relevant environmental equalization policies. In general, a compensation condition imposed by the government will prevent a local government from imposing a condition for the same case or, for the most part, the same case. However, this does not apply to conditions for a non-juvenile koala habitat tree imposed under the Koala-SPRP. In general, a local government can only impose a condition of compensation for a development permit or as part of an infrastructure agreement if: if the application was made on 1 July 2014 or after 1 July 2014 (Article 95, (paragraph 1), subject to the following exceptions: the AV Environmental Compensation Guidelines issued in August 2014 complement the VA`s environmental equalization policy (2011) and ensure that the basis environmental compensation decisions are understood and applied consistently. The guidelines apply to all biodiversity compensation required for environmental licensing procedures in Western Australia.