Cross River Rail Project – project change application (Roma Street demolition works)

Closed 21 Dec 2018

Opened 1 Dec 2018


Queensland's Coordinator-General invites you to have your say on a project change application for the Cross River Rail project.

The proponent for the project, the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority, has applied to the Coordinator-General for a third change to the project.

The Coordinator-General seeks your views on the proposed change to the project, including the effectiveness of the strategies the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority proposes to manage the environmental impacts of the proposed change.

The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions on the project change application before preparing a final evaluation report either approving or refusing the change.

How to make a submission

There are a number of different ways to make a submission on the proposed change to the project.  You only need to lodge your submission using one of these methods.  Replicated responses received through different methods will only be counted as one submission. 

Send your submission to the Coordinator-General using one of the following methods:  

  1. Click on the ‘Make a submission’ link below
  2. Email you submission to  
  3. Post your submission to:

Attention: Coordinator-General
C/- Project Manager – Cross River Rail project
Office of the Coordinator-General
PO Box 15517
City East QLD 4002 Australia

You can read the project change application here or by visiting one of the following display locations between 1 December and 21 December 2018 during the venues’ business hours:

  • State Library of Queensland, Cultural Precinct, Stanley Place, South Bank, Brisbane
  • Brisbane Square Library, Brisbane Square, 266 George St, Brisbane City

Note: If you wish to attach anything (e.g. maps, images or supporting documents), please use the email option instead of the online form.

What happens next

After consultation closes, the Coordinator-General evaluates all properly made submissions and the proponent’s project change application. The Coordinator-General then prepares a change report either approving or refusing the change and specifying any consequential changes to approval conditions to manage the potential impacts of the changes.


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