Community information sessions for Environment Effects Statement

Published: 2 April 2019

The North East Link Environment Effects Statement (EES) will go on public exhibition on Wednesday 10 April until Friday 7 June 2019.

Communities will have 40 business days, 10 extra business days than the standard exhibition period, to consider the detailed documents which cover 18 study areas.

There are seven community engagement sessions planned across Melbourne’s north-eastern suburbs from 27 April.

Learn more about North East Link’s EES or read general information about the process here.

Find a community information session

Saturday 27 AprilNorth East Link Community Hub
17 Watsonia Road, Watsonia
10 am – 4 pm
Tuesday 30 AprilMCC Kew Sports Club
397 Barkers Road, Kew
4 pm – 8pm
Thursday 2 MayStudio 1 Community Hub
15 Barnet Way, Burnley
3pm – 7pm
Saturday 4 May
Sunday 5 May
Manningham Hotel and Club
1 Thompsons Road, Bulleen
10 am – 2pm
Tuesday 7 MayNewHope Baptist Church
3 Springfield Road, Blackburn North
4pm – 8pm
Saturday 11 MayNorth East Link Community Hub
17 Watsonia Road, Watsonia
10am – 4pm

What to expect at the sessions

Staff will be available to answer questions about the EES and help people navigate the chapters and technical reports.

Digital copies of the EES will be available, as well as fact sheets to take home. The EES will also be available on the North East Link website.

General information about how to make a submission will also be available.

EES timeline

Following exhibition, the EES, public submissions, works approval application and the draft planning scheme amendment will be reviewed by an independent panel, who will compile a report that includes recommendations to assist the Minister for Planning in his assessment.