The Inspector-General of Water Compliance the Hon. Troy Grant has received multiple representations from stakeholders in the NSW Murray and Murrumbidgee regions seeking greater transparency for water allocation determinations.
The new Inspector-General of Water Compliance the Hon. Troy Grant is on his first tour of Murray-Darling Basin communities this week. Mr Grant is in south-western Queensland speaking with farmers, National Parks representatives, shire mayors and the State member for Warrego, Ann Leahy.
A new independent regulator established by the Australian Government to build greater community confidence in Murray-Darling Basin water management and compliance officially started work yesterday, with the commencement of the Office of the Inspector-General of Water Compliance.