DWER only permit new licence applications in “under-allocated” areas, or in extenuating situations.
“Under-allocated” areas are those in which there is some water available that isn’t already allocated for use by individuals or businesses.
Because most of WA is “over-allocated”, the only way to get water is by purchasing it from an existing licence via Water Trading, as no new licences can be issued.
Although, new licences can be issued for temporary arrangements, such as construction projects.
In these cases, new temporary licences are usually only for a fixed period, are non-renewable, and cannot be sold.
In-demand water resources and the continuously changing policies have made new applications complicated, but our extensive experience can help.
We can help you secure water in “under-allocated” areas, or for temporary trades. We have a 100% application success rate.