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Brandy Hill quarry 53 hectare Koala habitat to be cleared

Oct 27, 2020· A koala habitat stretching 52 hectares will be cleared after Environment Minister Sussan Ley approved the expansion of the Brandy Hill quarry in NSW 's Hunter Region.

Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy City Hub Sydney

Nov 12, 2020· The federal government’s approval of the expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry in Port Stephens was heartbreaking, not only for the local community but for the people of NSW and beyond. A local community organisation, the Brandy Hill and Seaham Action Group, had launched a last-minute, very effective campaign to stop the destruction of 52

Federal Environment Minister approves koala habitat

Oct 27, 2020· The expansion of Brandy Hill Quarry by Hanson Construction, pictured here in 2013, will see production increase from 700,000 tonnes of rock a year to 1.5 million tonnes.

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Brandy Hill Quarry granted expansion approval Quarry

Jul 31, 2020· Hanson Australia’s Brandy Hill Quarry expansion, near Port Stephens, New South Wales, has been given the green light by the NSW Independent Planning Commission. The approval will see Brandy Hill’s footprint extended by 55ha and increase its rock production from 700,000 tonnes to 1.5 million tonnes per annum.

Federal minister gives green light for koala habitat to be

Oct 27, 2020· The expansion of the Brandy Hill rock quarry in Port Stephens in the Hunter region will clear 52 hectares of habitat to more than double the quarry’s

Hanson vows to protect koalas, wildlife after Brandy Hill

Nov 05, 2020· Hanson Australia has told Quarry about its plans to reduce the environmental impacts of the Brandy Hill quarry expansion in New South Wales after it was approved by Federal Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley.. The Brandy Hill Quarry in Port Stephens, New South Wales has been granted approval from the Federal Government to expand its production from 700,000 tonnes per

Sussan Ley says approval of controversial quarry expansion

Oct 27, 2020· Hanson Construction Materials' application to expand its quarry at Brandy Hill, inland from Port Stephens on the Mid North Coast, over 25 years was approved by

Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy City Hub Sydney

Nov 12, 2020· The federal government’s approval of the expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry in Port Stephens was heartbreaking, not only for the local community but for the people of NSW and beyond. A local community organisation, the Brandy Hill and

Rock quarry expansion in the NSW Hunter region approved

Brandy Hill Quarry in 2013(Supplied: Brandy Hill and Seaham Action Group). The IPC said Hanson Construction Materials had commenced discussions with a neighbour north of the quarry, who "holds all

Koala habitat to be cleared after Brandy Hill quarry

A koala habitat stretching 52 hectares will be cleared after Environment Minister Sussan Levy approved the expansion of the Brandy Hill quarry in NSW's Hunter Region.

Sussan Ley says approval of controversial quarry expansion

Oct 27, 2020· Hanson Construction Materials' application to expand its quarry at Brandy Hill, inland from Port Stephens on the Mid North Coast, over 25 years was approved by

Brandy Hill quarry expansion fallout: Koala breeding

Oct 30, 2020· A prime mover of the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary says the Brandy Hill quarry expansion go-ahead highlights the critical need for breeding programs for the marsupial, to help prevent the Australian icon from facing extinction. Ron Land, the CEO of Port Stephens Koalas, said he was "disappointed, but not surprised" by the Federal Environment

Koala habitat to be cleared for controversial Brandy Hill

Oct 27, 2020· Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley has approved the controversial extension of the Brandy Hill quarry, paving the way for the clearing of 52 hectares that opponents say is koala habitat. In announcing the decision on Tuesday afternoon, Ms Ley said strict new conditions had been attached to the project, including the establishment of a 74

Brandy Hill Expansion Project Major Projects

Brandy Hill Expansion Project The application seeks to expand existing quarrying operations on site and increase the maximum extraction and processing rates to 1.5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa). Current Status: Determination

About us Brandy Hill & Seaham Action Group

Brandy Hill Quarry expansion. In June this year, some residents of Brandy Hill and Seaham read in the local paper about the proposed expansion of the Hanson-owned Brandy Hill Quarry. You can read more about the expansion and the effects it will have on local residents on our webpage about the quarry.

Brandy Hill residents north of Raymond Terrace are

Nov 04, 2018· Opposed: Brandy Hill resident Margarete Ritchie and one of the large trucks that currently leave the Brandy Hill Quarry site. The company is proposing to double quarried material from 700,000 tonnes per year to 1.5 million tonnes.

will she let a mine destroy koala breeding grounds?

The Brandy Hill Quarry expansion. The NSW government gave approval to Hanson Construction Materials, a subsidiary of Heidelberg Cement, to expand the existing Brandy Hill Quarry in Seaham in Port Stephens. The project would provide concrete to meet Sydney’s growing construction demands,

Brandy Hill approval ensures koala protection Ministers

Oct 27, 2020· Brandy Hill approval ensures koala protection 27 October 2020 Twenty-two hectares larger than the proposed 52 hectares of habitat to be cleared by the expansion itself, the corridor will establish high quality koala habitat across the wider site including Bushfire buffer zones, car

Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project

Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project (SSD 5899) Assessment Report v Executive Summary The Brandy Hill Quarry is an existing hard rock quarry located approximately 10 kilometres north west of Raymond Terrace, in the Port Stephens local government area. The quarry is owned and operated

Federal minister gives green light for koala habitat to be

Oct 27, 2020· The expansion of the Brandy Hill rock quarry in Port Stephens in the Hunter region will clear 52 hectares of habitat to more than double the quarry’s

* Brandy Hill Quarry Biolink

In response to community concerns, we were contracted by the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environmment (DAWE) to undertake an independent assessment of the Brandy Hill quarry site between Seaham and Woodville to the west of Raymond Terrace.