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March 24, 2017

A meeting called by Hanson regarding its proposed quarry on Thursday night, March 23 at the Bunyip Hall was very well attended despite the timing and short notice.

Hanson’s representatives, Daniel Fyfe and Stephanie Salinas, did little to provide any new information. It was disappointing that they appeared to be so disorganised. Especially disappointing when Daniel wants to run a quarry with serious issues including up to 530 truck movements every day on our roads. 

However, the representative of the Department of Environment Land Water and Planning (DELWP), Jack Krohn, did inform the meeting about the Environment Effects Statement (EES) process. Jack indicated that they are now in the process of deciding the scope of the EES. In other words, what would be included or looked at by the various experts engaged by Hanson and other government departments.

It is very important that we all mak...

November 30, 2016

 Hi All,

A year on from the Planning Minister declaring that an EES is required for the Bunyip North Quarry, we have received confirmation that Hanson are to begin this process in earnest.

We know it's the busy Pre-Christmas time but we have scheduled a Community Meeting to inform everyone about the latest developments, what effects the proposal will have and what rights we as a Community have. We urge you all to come along to hear our special Guest speaker and learn what our Community can do to Stop this Super Quarry proceeding.

August 31, 2016

Hi everyone - here's another opportunity to get involved with the community while checking out some of our beautiful wildlife!

November 22, 2015

 

 

REFERRAL NUMBER 2015R-04

 

For Public Notice via Internet

 

 

REASONS FOR DECISION UNDER ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS ACT 1978

 

Title of Proposal:   Garfield North Quarry

 

Proponent:   Hanson Construction Materials Pty Ltd

 

Description of Project:     

The proposal is for a granite quarry with an ultimate footprint of 134 hectares on a 280 hectare site, to extract 70-100 million tonnes over a period of about 80-120 years.  The quarry is likely to extend to a maximum depth of about 140 metres below the current land surface. A new road is proposed to be built on-site, connecting the proposed processing plant southwards to Tonimbuk Road. The proposal includes crushers, stockpiles, process water storages and a landscaping buffer.

 

Decision:

The Minister for Planning has decided that an Environment Effects Statement (EES) is required for the proposed Hanson Garfield North quarr...

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