Environment Effects Statement
Community engagement has informed the project design as well as studies for an Environment Effects Statement (EES).
An Environment Effects Statement (EES) has been released for the North East Link Project and is now open for public submissions.
The EES has information on how the project could affect the environment during construction and when the project opens and how adverse impacts would be managed.
The EES includes:
- A Summary Report: A short outline of key information in the EES
- Main report chapters: Comprehensive summaries of the findings from each study area
- Technical reports: Detailed information about the study methods and the findings
- Map Book and Attachments: These include a Map Book with drawings of the design assessed for the EES and the Urban Design Strategy which will help ensure the project is designed and built to high standards.
Information about the EES public display and submission process for North East Link is available on the Environment Effects Statement page, and you can read general information about the process on the Department of Planning website.
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