Grower comment

21 Aug, 2002 10:00 PM

Gingin cattle producer George Gifford, left, said the decision by the Federal Cabinet's environmental sustainability committee to sign off on uniform water trading rights across the country was a step in the right direction. The decision could lead to compensation where property rights are infringed.

Mr Gifford, pictured with local Elders livestock representative Simon Veitch at Midland, said he also expected the decision to have implications for landowners in the yet-to-be completed Swan Coastal Plain Wetlands policy.

"I would welcome any recognition of property rights that provides compensation where land has to be taken for the public good," he said.


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