OUR COMMUNITY CONVERSATION

 

Community and stakeholder engagement

Jerrara Power is committed to engaging with the community and other stakeholders throughout the planning and assessment process. 

There will be opportunities for people to have their say about various issues during preparation of the Scoping Report, preparation of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and when the EIS is placed on public exhibition. These consultation opportunities will be promoted locally through the media, on this website and on our Facebook page. 

We encourage you to register for project updates here.  You can also call us toll-free on 1800 519 542 or email us at at any time. 

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Project announcement and project overview distributed to the community

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Community kick-off workshop held to inform scoping phase and key stakeholder meetings

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Planning Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs)

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Community engagement and technical studies to inform the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

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The EIS is placed on public exhibition for agency and community comment

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Jerrara addresses comments and issues raised about the EIS in a Response to Submissions report

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The Department of Planning, Industry, and Environment assesses the proposal and makes a recommendation

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The minister or Independent Planning Commission decides the proposal

Community workshops

Bungonia and Marulan | May 2021

Community scoping workshops were held to identify community issues and concerns with the energy from waste proposal. This information was used to inform the Scoping Report which is the first step in the planning and assessment process for state significant development.

Random phone survey

Micromex Research | April - May 2021

We engaged Micromex Research to undertake a random phone survey of 405 residents across the Goulburn Mulwaree Local Government Area with a focus on residents in the Bungonia, Marulan and Windellama areas.

The purpose of the phone survey was to collect baseline data on resident attitudes toward energy from waste generally as well as the proposal for an energy from waste facility at Bungonia.

The results of the phone survey are now available. 

Community Engagement

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Project announcement and project overview distributed to the community

2

Community kick-off workshop held to inform scoping phase and key shareholder meetings

3

Planning Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs)

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Community engagement and technical studies to inform the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

5

The EIS is placed on public exhibition for agency and community comment

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Jerrara addresses comments and issues raised about the EIS in a Response to Submissions report

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The Department of Planning, Industry, and Environment assesses the proposal and makes a recommendation

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The minister or Independent Planning Commission decides the proposal