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State Significant Development

Determination

Crawfords Warehouse Facility

Newcastle City

Current Status: Determination

Interact with the stages for their names

  1. SEARs
  2. Prepare EIS
  3. Exhibition
  4. Collate Submissions
  5. Response to Submissions
  6. Assessment
  7. Recommendation
  8. Determination

Modifications

Archive

Application (2)

0143175 L05 DoPI Final.pdf
DA Application.pdf

DGRs (1)

DGR SSD-5119.pdf

EIS (15)

Pages from Volume III_Annex E - N-4.pdf
Pages from Volume III_Annex E - N-1.pdf
Pages from Volume I - EIS Final-1.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-1.pdf
Pages from Volume I - EIS Final-3.pdf
Pages from Volume III_Annex E - N-2.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-3.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-2.pdf
Pages from Volume III_Annex E - N-5.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-4.pdf
Pages from Volume III_Annex E - N-3.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-5.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-6.pdf
Pages from Volume I - EIS Final-2.pdf
Pages from Volume II_Annex A - D-7.pdf

Submissions (24)

Christina Clegg.pdf
St Joseph's Retirement Village Committee Petition 2.pdf
RMS.pdf
ARTC.pdf
Tanika Ridgeway.pdf
DPI (NOW, Fisheries NSW).pdf
Cliff Gale (Downer EDI).pdf
Rick Banyard.pdf
City of Newcastle Council.pdf
Neil Wiseman (Yara Australia).pdf
Colin Keith.pdf
Petition 1.pdf
HWC.pdf
Michelle Misfud.pdf
David Horkan.pdf
WorkCover NSW.pdf
DPI_ Minerals.pdf
John L Hayes.pdf
Anonymous 2.pdf
Tony Richards.pdf
John Sutton.pdf
EPA.pdf
Anonymous.pdf
OEH.pdf

Response to Submissions (1)

Crawfords RTS Report Final.pdf

Recommendation (3)

Appendix G_ Lloyds (SCANPOWER) Final Independent Haz...
Director-General's Assessment Report SSD-5119.pdf
Appendix A_ Recommended Conditions of Consent (SSD-5...

Determination (2)

SSD-5119 Final Consent.pdf
Final Director-General's Assessment Report SSD-5119.pdf

Approved Documents

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Submissions

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Tony Richards
Object
Newcastle , New South Wales
Message
see attached
Christina Clegg
Object
Lake maquarie , New South Wales
Message
As regular visitors to the wetlands surrounding Sandgate with our young family we have serious concerns around the safety and the environment with the proposed storage of such a significant amount of explosives.

Why can this product not be stored closer to the end user and in areas that afford more appropriate storage.

This is a short term gain to a company now and a possible long term loss to future generations of wetland users. Storage facilities for ammonia nitrate can be built in many places - wetlands can not!
Christina Clegg
Object
Lake maquarie , New South Wales
Message
As regular visitors to the wetlands surrounding Sandgate with our young family we have serious concerns around the safety and the environment with the proposed storage of such a significant amount of explosives.

Why can this product not be stored closer to the end user and in areas that afford more appropriate storage.

This is a short term gain to a company now and a possible long term loss to future generations of wetland users. Storage facilities for ammonia nitrate can be built in many places - wetlands can not!
Tanika Ridgeway
Object
Raymond Terrace , New South Wales
Message
I am writing to object to the proposal to store 13500 tonnes of ammonium nitrate at the Crawford's facility Sandgate. I travel along Maitland road each day to go to work passing the facility mentioned in the DA to and from my workplace. The consequences of an ammonium nitrate accident are significant and pose a significant threat to people and the environment.

The proposed store is:

· In flood prone location
· Very close proximity to major arterial roads (Maitland Rd, Shortland bypass)
· Close proximity to residential areas in Sandgate.
· Close proximity to aged care facility.
· Will impact on the Shortland Wetland

Ammonium nitrate storage needs to be separated from normally daily activities because if an explosion occurs, many people will be killed and severely hurt. Also residential properties will be significantly damaged.


Regards
David Horkan
Object
Birmingham Gardens , New South Wales
Message
I object to the proposal.

The site is situated within a few hundred metres of the nearest residence, and very close to an aged care facility and retirement village. In the event of an explosion the consequences would be potentially catastrophic and for a lesser incident evacuation would be difficult. .
Name Withheld
Object
Fletcher , New South Wales
Message
Objection detailed in attached submission.
Attachments
John Sutton
Object

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Project Details

Application Number
SSD-5119
Assessment Type
State Significant Development
Development Type
Chemical Manufacturing
Local Government Areas
Newcastle City

Contact Planner

Name
Andrew Hartcher