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Department of Planning approval process and documents
South East Fibre Exports has been issued with Director-General
Requirements (DGRs) under section 75F of the Environmental
Planning and Assessment Act (EP&A Act). These are
available on the Department's website and are valid for 2 years from
the date of issue, 29 March 2009.
Details of the processes for application and public submissions are
provided under section 75H of the EP&A Act.
proponent must submit a draft Environmental Assessment (EA)
which will be reviewed for adequacy. After the EA has been
accepted, it is then to be made publicly available (advertised
in the local paper and on Department's website) for a period of
at least 30 days during which any person
(including a public authority) may make a written submission to
the Director-General concerning the proposal.
- "Key Dates
and Other Information" is a sub-heading on the Department's
It contains details such as address, project application number,
local government area etc. At this stage, it shows the date the
DGRs were issued (29.03.09). It will be further updated if/when
the proponent submits an EA.