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Position papers

  • 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
  • Anna Bay tourist facility application: clarification of environmental provisions sought

    EcoNetwork - Port Stephens made this submission to the Manager, Industry Assessments, Planning Services of Planning and Environment on 28 July 2015. We are aware of the failed 2005 Development Application for the same site and acknowledge this current DA as an improvement on the refused consent of 2005/6. The following comprise our brief assessment of this current project: We support: a) The application of Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) principles and criteria in relation to... b) Onsite solar energy generation c) ...

    Posted at June 18, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Submission opposing Port Stephens Council Tree Preservation Order amendment

    EcoNetwork prepared this submission on 25 July 2015 in response to an amendment by Port Stephens Council to the Tree Preservation Order Development Control Plan 2013: Tree Management. We oppose the amendment arising from the Mayoral Minute, Ordinary Council 12th May 2015, that Council: “provide a moratorium on the need to obtain pre-approval for the removal of trees or vegetation covered by Council’s tree preservation requirements where there is a risk to human life or property for ...

    Posted at June 18, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Joint submission against Newcastle coal Terminal 4 development application

    Nigel Waters prepared this submission on behalf of Port Stephens Greens and EcoNetwork - Port Stephens for presentation to the Planning Assessment Commission public meeting 13 July 2015 against the Port Waratah Coal Services Terminal 4 (T4) development application. I pay my respects to the elders past and present of the Awabakal and Worimi people, the traditional owners of the land in this area. I appreciate the opportunity to address the PAC today, and stand with ...

    Posted at June 18, 2016 | By : | Categories : Position papers | 0 Comment
  • EcoNetwork provides feedback on the Commonwealth Marine Parks Review

    SUMMARY This submission is in response to the Government's request for feedback on the process for reviewing the management of Commonwealth Marine Parks that were established in 2012 as described on your website: http://www.environment.gov.au/marinereservesreview/about “The Commonwealth Marine Reserves Review is underway following the setting aside of the management plans that were scheduled to come into effect in July 2014.” However, there is no specific reason stated on your website for “setting aside of the management plans” less than ...

    Posted at March 3, 2015 | By : | Categories : Marine Parks,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • EcoNetwork responds to proposed DPI trial of modified crab catching gear in Port Stephens

    SUMMARY This submission is in response to the Department of Primary Industries’ consultation process for a proposed trial of modified crab catching gear in Port Stephens announced on 18 December 2014 and detailed in the associated consultation paper on the DPI website: http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/539180/Discussion-paper-crab-traps-final.pdf. Please record in your analysis of the public consultation data that approximately 2000 members and affiliates of EcoNetwork-Port Stephens and 15,000 signatories of the Change.org petition to ban witches hat crab nets in NSW ...

    Posted at January 30, 2015 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Strong objection to Soldiers Point marina extension

    Submission to Mr Leonard Allen, Port Stephens Council 21 March 2014 Re: Development Application 16-2012-57-1 Dear Mr Allen: EcoNetwork - Port Stephens Inc. strongly objects to DA 16-2012-57-1 which proposes a 58 berth extension to the existing marina at Soldiers Point. This submission is provided to: 1) correct some of the incorrect information in our previous submission dated 17 February 2014, 2) clarify our position on the likely significant threat to the local population of critically endangered beach stone curlews ...

    Posted at February 20, 2014 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
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