The NSW Department of Planning & Environment has finalised its whole-of-government assessment of the proposed Martins Creek Quarry (SSD-6612) and it has come to the Independent Planning Commission NSW for determination.
The Commission will host a public meeting from 10.00am AEDT on Monday 7 November 2022 to hear directly from community members.
(Please note: The Commission has also tentatively set aside Tuesday 8 November 2022 to extend the public meeting to a second day should it be necessary.)
This public meeting will be conducted in person and remotely via electronic means. You can participate by videoconference, telephone or by attending a local studio, hosted by the Commission in Paterson, where you can present to the Panel in person.
How to Register to Speak
If you wish to apply to speak at the public meeting, you must complete the online registration form by no later than 12pm AEST on Wednesday 2 November 2022. Registered speakers will be provided information on how to join the meeting and technical assistance available to help them prepare for the meeting.
How to watch the Meeting
This public meeting will be livestreamed on the Commission’s website: www.ipcn.nsw.gov.au/livestream
In the interests of openness and transparency, we will also publish a transcript of the public meeting on the Commission’s website.
If you want to have your say on this project, you can also submit comments in writing to the Commission up to one week (seven days) after the public meeting via our online portal: www.ipcn.nsw.gov.au/have-your-say
The deadline for written submissions is 5pm AEDT on Tuesday 15 November 2022.
For more information
You can find the Department’s final assessment report and other relevant information on our website: www.ipcn.nsw.gov.auunder Martins Creek Quarry.
If you have any questions about the Commission’s decision-making process or how you can have your say, please contact us on (02) 9383 2100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recognise the importance of community participation in our decision-making process. Using our ‘Make a submission’ form is the easiest way for you to make a submission on cases currently before the Commission.