Strategic Land and Resource Planning
Socio-Economic and Environmental Assessment (SEEA) Reports

Socio-Economic and Environmental Assessments (SEEA) provide an evaluation of the social, economic and environmental implications of an alternative land use scenario(s), compared with the base case scenario. SEEAs have mainly been conducted to support decisions regarding Strategic Land and Resource Plans (SLRPs), but they may also be conducted for other processes involving land and resource use and allocation.

For more information on the structure and methods used for SEEA, see the SEEA guidelines. [PDF 589KB]

To access past SEEAs, along with supporting information, select a link below.

Coast Region Land Use Plans

Central Coast LUP (2006)

Haida Gwaii - Queen Charlotte Islands LUP (2007)

North Coast LUP (2006)

Sea to Sky LUP (2008)

Vancouver Island (CORE) (2000)

Northern Region Land Use Plans

Bulkley LRMP (1998)

Cassiar Iskut-Stikine LRMP (2000)

Dawson Creek LRMP (1999)

Fort Nelson LRMP (1997)

Fort St. James LRMP (1999)

Fort St. John LRMP (1997)

Kalum LRMP (2002)

Lakes LRMP (1997)

Mackenzie LRMP (2000)

Morice LRMP (2007)

Prince George LRMP (1998)

Robson Valley LRMP (1999)

Vanderhoof LRMP (1996)

Peace Moberly Tract SRMP (2006)

West Babine SRMP (2004)

Southern Interior Land Use Plans

Lillooet LRMP (2004)

Okanagan Shuswap LRMP (2000)

Eight Peaks SRMP (2003)

Southern Rocky Mountain Management Plan (2003)

Other Reports