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Administered by: Environment and Energy
Published Date 31 Jan 2018

 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

 

For further information see the referrals list at http://epbcnotices.environment.gov.au/referralslist/

and type the reference number in the Filter by Referral Number box

 

 

actions determined as NOT requiring approval (EPBC Act s.75)

Reference

Title

Date

2017/8033*

FLINDERS PORTS PTY LIMITED/Transport - Water/Not applicable - offshore/South Australia/Port Adelaide Outer Harbor Channel Widening Project, SA

23/01/2018

 

* Actions which are not controlled actions provided they are undertaken in a particular manner. Further information on provision and manner specified is available from http://epbcnotices.environment.gov.au/referralslist/

 

 

Assessment Approach (EPBC Act s.87)

Reference

Title

Assessment Approach

Date

2017/8103

BRISBANE AIRPORT CORPORATION LIMITED/Commercial Development/Brisbane Airport/Queensland/S160 Brisbane Airport International Terminal Multi-Level Car Park - MDP

Accredited Assessment Process under the Airports Act 1996 (Cth)

22/01/2018

 

 

variation of conditions of approval (EPBC Act s.143)

Reference

Title

Date

2010/5461

Port of Townsville Limited/Mining/Granitevale Road, Pinnacles, 27 kms southwest of Townsville/Queensland/Port of Townsville Ltd Marine Armour Stone Quarry

23/01/2018

2012/6424

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LAND AUTHORITY TRADING AS LANDCORP/Commercial Development/Lot 701 Flynn Drive, Neerabup, WA/Western Australia/Neerabup Industrial Estate, Lot 701 Flnn Drive Neerabup WA

18/01/2018

 

 

 

 

Some public notifications on the Internet and in the Gazette relating to the processing of referrals for approval under Chapter 4 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 may occasionally be missed in processing by the Department of the Environment and Energy or may not meet timeframes for notification. The Department of the Environment and Energy has implemented systems and ongoing quality assurance procedures to minimise any risk of missing a notification within the required timeframe. Where a missed notification is identified the practice will be to notify these even though the timeframe for notification has lapsed. This will ensure that the history of notifications for each referral is available to the public. The Department of the Environment and Energy regrets any inconvenience that may be caused by a missed notification. Please note that late notifications have not affected subsequent processing of referrals or assessments and they do not affect decisions made.