NSW Environment Planner, Dana Alderson said:
“Development consent cannot be granted to proposals which impact on serious and irreversible impact entities” …
the remnant Blue Gum High Forest and Sydney Turpentine-Ironbark Forest within the footprint of the proposed development.
“It is noted that large parts of the site, including areas that are proposed to be cleared, do not appear to have been surveyed for threatened flora.”
ForestinDanger spokeswoman Jan Primrose said:
“We do not believe that Mirvac should be granted any further extension of time to the Gateway Determination beyond the July 31 deadline, given Mirvac’s apparent continuing failure to properly consider preservation of the Blue Gum High Forest on the site”.
NSW Environment Office objects to Mirvac IBM site development proposal
The NSW Environment Office has issued a scathing objection to the planning proposal to build hundreds of homes at a business Park in Sydney’s north west, which is surrounded by endangered forests.
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