Olive Downs project - draft environmental impact statement

Closed 10 Oct 2018

Opened 10 Sep 2018

Overview

 

Queensland's Coordinator-General invites you to have your say on the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Olive Downs project.

Prepared by Pembroke Olive Downs Pty Ltd, the draft EIS describes the project and its potential environmental impacts, both positive and negative. The draft EIS was prepared in accordance with terms of reference approved by the Coordinator-General.

The Coordinator-General seeks your views on the draft EIS, including the effectiveness of the strategies Pembroke Olive Downs Pty Ltd proposes to manage the project's environmental impacts.

The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions and the draft EIS provided by the proponent, before preparing a final evaluation report either approving or refusing the project.


How to comment

There are a number of different ways to make a submission on this draft EIS.  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. 

  1. Read the draft EIS 

OR

Visit one of the following display locations between 12 September 2018 to 10 October 2018 to view a printed copy of the draft EIS:

  • Nebo Library, 10 Reynolds Street, Nebo
  • Middlemount Library, Middlemount Shopping Mall, Carter Place  Middlemount
  • Moranbah Library, Grosvenor Complex, Batchelor Parade, Town Square, Moranbah
  • Dysart Library, Shannon Crescent, Dysart
  • State Library of Queensland, Cultural Centre, Stanley Place, South Bank, Brisbane

2. Provide your submission by clicking on the 'Make a submission' link below

OR

 

Send your submission to one of the following:

Emailolivedowns@coordinatorgeneral.qld.gov.au

Post: 
Project manager – Olive Downs project
Coordinated Project Delivery Division
Office of the Coordinator-General
PO Box 15517
City East Qld 4002 Australia

Fax: +61 7 3220 6502 

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

The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions and the draft EIS provided by the proponent, before preparing a final evaluation report either approving or refusing the project.

Audiences

  • Community
  • Local government
  • Environmental
  • Industry
  • Interest group
  • State government

Interests

  • Economic development
  • Environment
  • Major projects
  • Environmental impact statement