The New South Wales Recovery Plan outlines the strategic intent, responsibilities, authorities and the mechanisms for disaster recovery in New South Wales. The Recovery Plan, which will be supported by guidelines, allows for the development and implementation of a planned recovery following a natural disaster or other emergency. The plan is a NSW Government plan which informs the general community, business, government, emergency services, functional areas and those working in disaster recovery.
More information on the NSW Recovery Plan
The NSW Disaster Assistance Guidelines outline what assistance is available to individuals, businesses, community groups and others affected by disasters.
The NSW Disaster Assistance Guidelines are authorised by the State Emergency Recovery Controller who has responsibilities for overseeing the preparation and maintenance of NSW recovery policies, arrangements and plans.
Current as at February 2015.
NSW Disaster Assistance Guidelines [PDF 1.1MB]
The Local Recovery Toolkit is a collection of resources that have been developed to assist those involved in the management of recovery services following an emergency, perhaps for the first time and under the pressure of time constraints. The toolkit is made up of a series of guidelines that provide information, tools and resources on a particular topic and are designed to be read independently.
More on the Local Recovery Toolkit