IPC Hearing

The Independent Planning Commission (IPC) will hold the hearing on the Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion on 12th June, by video conference.

Please either register by 5th June to speak to the commission on the 12th June, or simply send a written submission to the IPC to arrive by the 19th June.

The notice was in the Newcastle Herald today (21st May) and on the IPC website.

IPC Notice – BHQ

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “IPC Hearing

  1. Thank you Marguerite.xx

    On Thu, 21 May 2020, 7:34 am Brandy Hill & Seaham Action Group, wrote:

    > margareteritchie posted: “The Independent Planning Commission (IPC) will > hold the hearing on the Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion on 12th June, by video > conference. Please register to make a submission by 5th June. The notice > was in the Newcastle Herald today (21st May) and on the I” >

    • The IPC website says that they will be informed. See last paragraph below. However, with almost 200 people to contact, and depending on the contact details that they provided, it may take some time. No one has been contacted directly yet, to my knowledge.

      “Notification of the public meeting.

      The Commission will give a minimum of two weeks’ notice of a public meeting. Notification will occur by one or more of the following means:
      • In a newspaper circulating in the local area in which the development is proposed;
      • On the Commission’s website (www.ipcn.nsw.gov.au); and
      • Social media.

      The notice of the meeting will include:
      • The subject matter of the meeting;
      • Details of the meeting, including time, date and venue;
      • The last day on which it is possible to make an application
      to speak at the meeting;
      • The Commission’s contact details;
      • The availability on the Commission’s website of the
      Assessment Report, written submissions and the
      application form to speak at the meeting; and
      • The specific subject matter of the meeting (only
      if applicable).

      The Commission will also endeavour to give notice of the public meeting by direct means of communication to other persons such as the applicant, the relevant council, public authorities with an interest in the application, people that made public submissions in response to the Department
      of Planning and Environment’s public exhibition of the application, and those who made a submission or spoke at a public hearing.”

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