The plan provides strategic direction for the management and use of all provincially administered lands and resources. Its purpose is to promote economic development, foster stable communities and protect major ecosystems in the Lillooet area.
Cabinet initiated the Lillooet LRMP in November 1995 as a consensus-based sub-regional planning process consistent with the Provincial Land Use Charter (1992) and Land and Resource Management Planning: A Statement of Principles and Process (1993).
This plan has seven parts. Part 1 is the Introduction. Parts 2, 3 and 4 provide direction to sustain the economy, communities and the environment on multiple-use lands as well as protected areas. Part 5 describes plan monitoring, implementation and amendment. Part 6 explains terms used in the plan. Part 7 (Appendices) includes documents that supplement plan direction.
The Lillooet Land and Resource Management Plan is part of BC’s Land Use Strategy. The plan provides government policy direction on land use and resource management within the plan area for the next ten years (until 2014), at which time it will be reviewed.