We will be holding a number of information and drop-in sessions in Mascot, Tempe and Wolli Creek from November to December 2019 to talk to you more about our planning process and our combined EIS/ MDP on public exhibition.
At our sessions there will be an opportunity for you to meet members of the Sydney Gateway project team, provide comments and have your questions answered about our project.
You can drop in any time to meet us at the sessions listed below.
We value your feedback on Sydney Gateway using this interactive map.
Your feedback will continue to shape the project ahead of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Major Development Plan (MDP) consultation planned for late 2019.
Click anywhere in the project area on the map to leave your comment.>
Note: Comments will not be responded to directly. Please contact our team with any questions.
Your comment will be reviewed by the Sydney Gateway team before appearing on the map.
Use the email address below to ask the project team a question about Sydney Gateway or any aspect of the project. Alternatively, please call 1800 654 446.
Consultation on the concept design officially closed Sunday 23 June.
Come and meet the team and learn more about the project.
We welcome your feedback throughout all stages of the planning process of Sydney Gateway and look forward to your thoughts on the concept design.
We will be in the community, to understand the needs of local residents and businesses.
We are committed to improving open space at Tempe Lands after construction. A landscape plan will be developed in consultation with the community and Inner West Council. Please provide your feedback on how you would like Tempe Lands to be used in the future.
The preliminary draft Major Development Plan (MDP) is also on exhibition for Sydney Gateway because Sydney Airport is built on Commonwealth land. Approval is required under both NSW and Commonwealth government legislation.
The MDP is on exhibition for 60 days from 20 November to 21 February 2020 to provide the community and stakeholders with an opportunity to make comment on the project.
Sydney Airport Corporation will consider all submissions received on the draft MDP. On behalf of Sydney Airport Corporation, Roads and Maritime will prepare a Supplementary Report considering the issues raised and how they will be managed. The report will be submitted to the Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development for determination.
The EIS describes Sydney Gateway’s key features and assesses the potential environmental impacts during construction and operation.The EIS also recommends measures to manage and minimise potential impacts from the project.
In the EIS, we cover topics such as traffic and transport, air quality, noise and vibration, construction and biodiversity impacts.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) has placed the EIS on exhibition from 20 November to 19 December 2019. Everyone has the opportunity to make a submission on the EIS.
Sydney Gateway passes through both Sydney Airport land, owned by the Commonwealth, and State land under the jurisdiction of the NSW Government.
As a result the project requires two planning approvals to move forward:
You can make submissions about the proposed project under the NSW or Commonwealth planning process, or both.
Thank you to everyone who made a submission during the MDP process. A Submission Report is now being prepared. The MDP exhibition is now closed.
Thank you to everyone who made a submission during the EIS process. A Submission Report is now being prepared. The EIS exhibition is now closed.
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