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State Significant Development

Determination

St Marys Resource Recovery Facility (Borg)

Penrith

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

Use of an existing resource recovery facility for the sorting and processing of primarily wood and timber waste. It is proposed to increase the throughput of waste on site to from 18,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) to 150,000 tpa

Attachments & Resources

Notice of Exhibition (1)

Notice of Exhibition_05032021_100248

SEARs (1)

Issued SEARs

EIS (11)

Appendix K- Water Quality Impact Assessment
Appendix J- Cultural Heritage Assessment
Appendix I- Greenhouse Gas Assessment
Appendix H-Fire Safety Information
Appendix G- Noise and Vibration Impact Assessment
Appendix F- Air Quality Impact Assessment
Appendix E- Traffic Impact Assessment
Appendix D- Waste Management Plan
Appendix B- Plans 21-25 Dunheved Circuit
Appendix A- DPIE Issued SEARs
EIS- Redirect Recycling- 25 Dunheved Cct, St Marys

Response to Submissions (7)

Request RTS_09042021_033742
RTS Report and Appendix A_
Appendix D - Waste Management Plan_
Appendix F - Response to Endeavour Energy_
Appendix E - Updated stormwater management plan_
Appendix C - Updated site plans_
Appendix G- Swept Path Analysis

Agency Advice (8)

SEARs Advice - EES
SEARs Advice - TfNSW
SEARs Advice - EPA
SEARs Advice - PCC
RTS advice - TfNSW
RTS advice - EPA
RTS advice - PCC
RTS advice - FRNSW

Additional Information (5)

RFI Request for Additional Information_20082021_082741
Att 3 - Waste Management Plan
Att 2 - Traffic advice
Att 1 - Response to agency comments
ReDirect Recycling RTS Response SSD10474

Determination (3)

SSD-10474 Development Consent
SSD-10474 Notice Of Decision
SSD-10474 Assessment Report

Post-determination Notices (1)

SSD-10474 Public Notice of Determination

Approved Documents

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Note: Only documents approved by the Department after November 2019 will be published above. Any documents approved before this time can be viewed on the Applicant's website.

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Inspections

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Submissions

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Sydney Water
Comment
PARRAMATTA , New South Wales
Message
See attached
Attachments
TRANSPORT FOR NSW
Comment
Chippendale , New South Wales
Message
TfNSW Response
Attachments
JSE Properties Pty Ltd
Object
AUCHENFLOWER , Queensland
Message
To whom it may concern:

We own and operator significant businesses within the Dunheved Business Park and have so for many years. We are also substantial owners of industrial property within the Dunheved Business Park.

We strongly object to the State Significant Development Application for 25 Dunheved Rd on the basis that the road infrastructure is already inadequate to cope with the amount of traffic coming in and out of the business park.

Operation of the proposed facility at 25 Dunheved Rd at the throughput levels stated will be severely detrimental to existing businesses like ours due to increased traffic congestion, particularly at the single entry/exit to the business park which has been failing to cope for some time. Should the proposal go ahead, we expect that our businesses will incur substantial losses due to increased distribution costs and an inability to continue to meet customer delivery requirements.

In support our submission, we engaged our traffic consultants (GTA) to perform a peer review of the Traffic Impact Assessment. Attached is their report which identifies a number of items that should have been concerned and also highlights some inconsistencies in the assessment relative to standards. Page 5 of their report provides a summary and recommendations.

There have been long standing plans for a second entry/exit point for the business park via Links Rd and we don’t believe that the proposed facility at 25 Dunheved Rd should be allowed to operate until the second entry/point is built and operational to alleviate the traffic issues.

We look forward to an opportunity to discuss our objection further with you.

King Regards,
Greg Holt
Attachments
SafeWork NSW
Comment
GOSFORD , New South Wales
Message
See Attached
Attachments
ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AUTHORITY
Support
Sydney , New South Wales
Message
EPA has issued GTAs for project
Attachments
Penrith City Council
Comment
PENRITH , New South Wales
Message
Attachments

Pagination

Project Details

Application Number
SSD-10474
Assessment Type
State Significant Development
Development Type
Waste collection, treatment and disposal
Local Government Areas
Penrith
Decision
Approved
Determination Date
Decider
Director

Contact Planner

Name
David Schwebel