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Chair of Panel
Chris Fell
Other Panel Members
Clare Sykes, Peter Williams
Planning Officer
Jane Anderson, Oliver Cope
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Case Status: In Progress
Referral received: 17/11/2022

Key Dates


McPhillamys Gold Project Referral to IPC_Redacted
McPhillamys Gold Project Assessment Report
McPhillamys Project Recommended Conditions
Request for Public Hearing_McPhillamys
221118Conflicts RegisterMcPhillamys Gold Project


Date and time
Blayney Shire Community Centre
91 Adelaide Street, Blayney NSW 2799
Jane Anderson

The NSW Department of Planning & Environment has finalised its whole-of-government assessment of the McPhillamys Gold Project (SSD-9505), and it has come to the Independent Planning Commission NSW for determination.

The Commission will host a Public Hearing on Thursday, 8 December 2022 and Friday, 9 December 2022 to hear directly from community members.

This Public Hearing will be conducted either in person or via video conference, where speakers can present to the Commission Panel.

How to Register to Speak

If you wish to apply to speak at the Public Hearing, you must complete the online registration form by no later than 5pm AEDT on Friday, 2 December 2022.

Registered speakers will be provided information on how to join the Public Hearing and the technical support to help them prepare for the Public Hearing.

How to Watch the Public Hearing

This Public Hearing will be livestreamed on the Commission’s website:

In the interests of openness and transparency, we will also publish a transcript of the Public Hearing on the Commission’s website.

Written Submissions

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 Hearing via our online portal:

The deadline for written submissions is 5pm AEDT on Wednesday 21 December 2022.

Speaker Registration

Registration deadline: 05:00 PM Friday 02 December 2022
Online Registration

Public Submissions

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