Wyong Coal is progressing to work through detailed requirements of the Development Consent by the NSW Planning Assessment Commission for the Wallarah 2 Coal project which can be found at http://www.pac.nsw.gov.au/projects/2017/03/wallarah-2-coal-project . The approval provides for a variety of ongoing stakeholder consultation activities.
As part of its ongoing Community Consultation Program, Wyong Coal invites members of the community to contact us to discuss matters which may be of concern to you, and to ask questions about issues which you feel require clarification.
See our main page for details of current Community Consultation sessions.
Our team is flexible and happy to meet and discuss your issues any time.
Please contact our office direct on 4352 7500 or alternatively via email at email@example.com to arrange a suitable time and place.
The NSW planning approvals process for projects such as the Wallarah 2 Coal Project provides ongoing opportunities for community involvement and
contribution. A Stakeholder Consultation Program will continue for the life of the project. We are committed to taking on the concerns of community
members and have integrated much feedback into our planning and operations.
If you would like more information or have a question regarding the Project, we happily welcome your inquiries and comments:
P: (02) 4352 7500
offices are located at 25 Bryant Drive, Tuggerah and you are welcome to make an appointment to visit us.
COMMUNITY REFERENCE GROUP
Following on from the previous Community Liaison Committee which operated as a condition of Wyong Coal's Exploration Licences, a Community Reference Group of volunteers was set up for the 2012-2013 period until the exhibition and assessment process for the EIS. The Community Reference Group included six members of the wider community together with representatives of Wyong Council, NSW Business Chamber Central Coast, and Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council. Click here for Community Reference Group meeting notes.
Prior to project constructi on, a Community Consultative Committee (CCC) will be established under the direction of the NSW Department of Planning and Environment to provide this formal project consultation function throughout the operation period. Details of this initiative will appear on our website.