Narromine Shire Council is welcoming submissions from residents on these documents. Submissions can be made in writing and sent to Council attention: The General Manager, PO Box 115, Narromine, NSW 2821
Items on Public Exhibition are available for inspection at the following locations:
- Narromine Shire Council Chambers
- Narromine Shire Council Customer Service and Payments Centre
- Council’s website (link below)
- Narromine Library
- Trangie Library
- Tomingley BP Service Station
Written submissions for all items should be addressed to The General Manager and can be:
- Mailed to PO Box 115, Narromine, NSW, 2821
- Faxed to 6889 9998
- Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submitted via the feedback form below
Current Waste Collection Areas
Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 14 August 2019 resolved that the current waste collection areas of Narromine, Trangie and Tomingley be placed on public exhibition for a period of 28 days with public submissions made to Council during this period. Written submissions should be addressed to the General Manager, Narromine Shire Council and either posted to PO Box 115, Narromine, NSW, 2821 or emailed to email@example.com
. Submissions will close at 5.00pm on Wednesday 18 September 2019.
It should be noted that written submissions already received by Council in relation to the expanded waste collection areas introduced from 1 July 2019 will be considered as part of this submission process.
Waste Collection Maps - 2019635 KB
Development Proposal - Designated Development - Redden Quarry - DA 2019/58
Site: 1210 Wallaby Road, Narromine – Lot 102 DP 792484
Applicant: JE & MJ Redden
Development Type: Extractive Industry
Consent Authority: Western Regional Planning Panel
Description of Development
- The establishment of a hard rock quarry and processing plant to produce a maximum of 490,000 tonnes of quarry material per year to supply the Inland Rail Project and associated road projects;
- Removal of overburden and storage of overburden and topsoil for rehabilitation;
- Operation of mobile crushing and screening plant to size and screen the material;
- Stockpiling of the finished material for loading into trucks;
- Transport of finished material within the site to the Inland Rail Project/RMS stockpiling area;
- Train loading operations (as required);
- An operational lifespan of up to four years; and
- A small demountable site office.
The proposed development is designated development under Schedule 3 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 as an Extractive Industry.
The development is also Integrated Development under Clause 4.46 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and the following additional approvals are required:
- -Environmental Protection Licence issued by the NSW Environmental Protection Authority under the Protection of Environment Operations Act 1997.
The subject Development Application and Environmental Impact Statement are on display for a period of 35 days from 11 September 2019 to 16 October 2019 at the following locations during the following hours:
- Narromine Shire Council, 124 Dandaloo Street, Narromine, NSW 8:30am- 5:00pm;
- NSW Department of Planning, Macquarie Street Dubbo, Area 1, Level 1/188 Macquarie St, Dubbo NSW 9:00am - 5:00pm; and
- Narromine Shire Council website: www.narromine.nsw.gov.au
Any person may lodge a written submission during the exhibition period concerning the Development Application. If the submission is an objection, the grounds of the objection must be specified in the submission.
Please address all submissions to Council’s Executive Manager Planning.
Written submissions may be made and will be received up until 5pm 16 October 2019.
Any person who makes a submission by way of objection and is dissatisfied with the determination of the consent authority to grant development consent, may appeal to the Land and Environment Court. If the Independent Planning Commission conducts a public hearing, the Commission’s determination of the application is final and not subject to appeal.
Under the Environmental Planning Assessment Act, a person who makes a public submission to Council in relation to a development application is required to disclose the reportable political donations and/or gifts (if any) made by the person making the submission, or any associate of that person, within the period commencing two (2) years before the submission is made and ending when the application is determined.
By making a submission to this application you are advised that Council may make public the details of your submission, including your name and any other personal details you disclose within. Council may publish the name, address and the submissions of the person/s or organisation/s from whom a submission is received, unless clear instruction is given other than this information is not to be published.
Please note submissions will also be forwarded to an independent consultant engaged by Council to assess this application.
Download documents for the development proposal below:
EIS - Redden Quarry4,097 KB Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements - Redden Quarry5,950 KB Site Plans - Redden Quarry5,917 KB Environmental Management Plan672 KB Preliminary Resource Investigation - Redden Quarry7,783 KB Biodiversity Development Assessment Report - Redden Quarry5,340 KB Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Due Diligence Report - Redden Quarry1,679 KB Historic Heritage Assessment - Redden Quarry1,420 KB Traffic Impact Assessment Report - Redden Quarry12,179 KB Surface Water Assessment - Redden Quarry1,258 KB Air Quality Impact Assessment - Redden Quarry4,196 KB Noise Impact Assessment - Redden Quarry31,880 KB
Draft Fly Neighbourly Policy
Council at its Ordinary Council meeting held 14 August 2019 adopted a Draft Fly Neighbourly Policy which is now on public exhibition.
Fly Neighbourly Advice (formerly “Fly Neighbourly Agreement”) (FNA) are described by Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) in the Airspace Risk and Safety Management Manual (2017) as “a voluntary code of practice established between aircraft operators and communities or authorities that have an interest in reducing the disturbance caused by aircraft within a particular area”.
Narromine Shire Council recognises that there are many stakeholders on the aerodrome, adjacent to the aerodrome and with businesses that rely on visitation as a result of the aerodrome. The aerodrome is an important economic driver for the Narromine community and will be important to its future growth. This is balanced of course by the development of the residential area particularly to the east of the main runways and in future to the industrial area established to the south of the main runway. This Fly Neighbourly policy provides a formal balance to the needs of the many stakeholders during events.
The draft policy is below for consideration.
PE: Draft Fly Neighbourly Policy 2019283 KB
Written submissions should be submitted to Council no later than 5pm on Wednesday, 18 September 2019. Following this, the draft document, together with any public comments received, will be considered at an Ordinary Meeting of Council.
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