Privacy statement: Personal information will be collected from you for the purpose of the Secretary to assess the applicant’s request for a permit under the Cat Management Act 2009 and will be used by NRE Tas for assessing and determining an application and may be used for other purposes permitted by the Cat Management Act 2009. Failure to provide this information may result in your application not being able to be processed. Your personal information will be used for the primary purpose for which it is collected and may be disclosed to contractors and agents of Biosecurity Tasmania, local government authorities, persons authorised under the Cat Management Act 2009, courts and other organisations authorised to collect it. Your basic personal information may be disclosed to other public sector bodies where necessary, for the efficient storage and use of the information. Personal information will be managed in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 2004 and may be accessed by the individual to whom it relates on request to NRE Tas. You may be charged a fee for this service.
When to use this form
Any person who resides on, or owns, land within 200 m of the boundary of a property to which a Multiple Cat Permit application relates, may submit an objection to the Secretary of NRE Tas to the granting of the permit.
The objection must be made in writing within 14 days of the publication of a Notice of Intention to Apply for a Multiple Cat Permit being published, must reference the application number, and clearly outline reasons for the objection.