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Position papers

  • Cabbage Tree Road Sand Quarry

    Attn: Genevieve Seed - Resource Assessment Department of Planning and Environment 26th July 2017.   ____Cabbage Tree Road Sand Quarry___ Application No: SSD 6125.   Though there have been changes to this original DA of 2016 and due to the deteriorated and distressed circumstances of Cabbage Tree Road residents, we are compelled to once again express our continuing concerns and opposition to this sand quarry application on the following grounds. Impacts on biological diversity and ecological integrity. Despite ...

    Posted at July 31, 2017 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Re: Draft Biodiversity Conservation Regulations and Codes & draft (urban) Vegetation State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP)

    21.6.2017 Re: Draft Biodiversity Conservation Regulations and Codes & draft (urban) Vegetation State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP)                                      EcoNetwork-Port Stephens is a grassroots network of 25 affiliated community groups and eco-businesses addressing local environmental and associated planning issues for the protection and conservation of our unique environmental assets. Our organization is a member of the Better Planning Network and Nature Conservation Council. We are not politically aligned and do not provide donations to any political party. In ...

    Posted at June 26, 2017 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Submission on the draft Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment Bill 2017

    _____________EcoNetwork – Port Stephens Inc______________            _________PO Box 97, Nelson Bay, NSW 2315_________   Planning legislation updates 2017                                                 30.3.2017 NSW Department of Planning and Environment GPO Box 2001 Sydney NSW 2001 Submission on the draft Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment Bill 2017 Dear Sir/Madam EcoNetwork-Port Stephens is a grassroots network of 25 affiliated community groups and eco-businesses addressing local environmental and associated planning issues for the protection and conservation of our unique environmental assets. We are ...

    Posted at April 1, 2017 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Progress of the Nelson Bay Town Centre & Foreshore

    ECONETWORK SUBMISSION Discussion Paper: Progress of the Nelson Bay Town Centre & Foreshore Strategy. March 2017. EcoNetwork-Port Stephens Inc. welcomes the Discussion Paper as a step forward following four years of unfortunate delay in implementing the Council’s April 2012 decision on Clause 4.6 - Variation to Development Standards, which we also welcomed at that time. The following is an EcoNetwork advisory response to the Discussion Paper: For an aesthetically appealing, functional & sustainable town Nelson Bay is unique in that ...

    Posted at March 16, 2017 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Offshore finfish farming an ‘unacceptable risk’ to marine environment and ‘out of character’ with Providence Bay

    Nigel Dique authored this submission on behalf of EcoNetwork opposing an application to modify the consents approving finfish aquaculture for Pisces Aquaculture Holding Pty Ltd and the NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) in Providence Bay. The submission was made 31 March 2016 to Joanna Bakopanos, Independent Assessments, Department of Planning and the Environment Planning Services. Dear Joanna, EcoNetwork Port Stephens is a grassroots network of community groups and eco-businesses addressing local environmental and associated planning issues ...

    Posted at June 19, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Proposed NSW coastal protection laws allow too much council discretion and insufficient legislative protections

    Nigel Dique made this submission on behalf of EcoNetwork to the Office of Environment and Heritage on 29 February 2016 supporting the objectives of the proposed changes NSW coastal protection laws, but objecting to lack of enforceability and of legislative protections for sensitive coastal environments. EcoNetwork-Port Stephens is a grassroots network of 25 affiliated community groups and eco-businesses addressing local environmental and associated planning issues for the protection and conservation of our unique environmental assets. We ...

    Posted at June 19, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Cabbage Tree Road sand quarry application opposed on planning and environmental grounds

    Darrell Dawson made this submission on behalf of EcoNetwork opposing the Cabbage Tree Road sand quarry application (No: SSD 6125) to the Director of Resource Assessments, Department of Planning and Environment, on 12 February 2016. EcoNetwork-Port Stephens is a grassroots community-focused network advocating scientifically informed environmental legislation including state and local regulation for accountable transparent DA processing for improved and sustainable outcomes. Our interest in this DA, associated and other due process is non-pecuniary; we do not ...

    Posted at June 19, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Opposition to proposed merger of Newcastle and Port Stephens Councils

    Dr Bruce Pease made this submission on behalf of EcoNetwork-Port Stephens to the Salamander Bay Public Inquiry on 4 February, 2016 EcoNetwork Port Stephens is a grassroots network of community groups and eco-businesses addressing local environmental and associated planning issues for the protection and conservation of our unique environmental assets. We are not an advocate for the current Port Stephens Council. We advocate local community action to protect the unique environmental assets of Port Stephens. This can ...

    Posted at June 19, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Proposed rezoning of two sites within Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine Park: totally unacceptable

    Dr Bruce Pease made this submission on 11 November 2015 to the NSW Government arguing against proposals to permanently remove sanctuary zone protection for parts of Celito and Fiona Beaches within the Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine Park (PSGLMP). He made the submission in his capacity as representative (executive member) of EcoNetwork-Port Stephens and the Marine Parks Association on the PSGLMP Advisory Committee. As a retired Fisheries Scientist with over 20 years experience conducting fisheries research within the ...

    Posted at June 18, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Council rezoning of Boomerang Park heritage-listed parkland challenged

    EcoNetwork made this submission to the Hon. Mark Speakman MP, Minister for Environment and Heritage on 30 October 2015 regarding Lot 1 – DP1018979, Boomerang Park, Raymond Terrace. EcoNetwork Port Stephens is a grassroots community-focused natural heritage and sustainable planning network of 25 community associations and eco-businesses with 22 years of activity in the Port Stephens Local Government Area. In this activity, we have campaigned to defend national and marine parks, public parklands and recreational reserves against ...

    Posted at June 18, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
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