Blue Mountains City Council Wins National Climate Award

30 August, 2019

Blue Mountains City Council’s Carbon Revolving Reserve project has won the national Cities Power Partnership’s...

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15 Dec 2015
Blue Mountains City Council is strongly opposed to the impacts on the City of Blue Mountains identified in the EIS:
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15 Dec 2015
The Australian Government released a draft Environmental Impact Study or EIS for the airport in mid-October. The draft EIS is supposed to look at potential impacts on the community and the environment. The problem is - it doesn’t
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14 Dec 2015
As the deadline for submissions on the proposed Western Sydney Airport draws closer, Blue Mountains Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, is making a direct appeal to the community via a video message to be informed and have their say.
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14 Dec 2015
Blue Mountains City Council’s submission to the Australian Government states that the potential impacts of the WSA at Badgery’s Creek on the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area (GBMWHA) have been seriously overlooked with potentially disastrous consequences on its World Heritage values and the regional economy of the Blue Mountains.  
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04 Dec 2015
In a letter to federal Ministers Hunt, Truss and Fletcher, Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) President, Cllr Tony Hadchiti, points out that the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed Western Sydney Airport fails the Australian Government’s own guidelines for the project.
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04 Dec 2015
This statement is a comment by the Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, on meeting with Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon. Warren Truss on Monday 30 November 2015, regarding draft EIS and Western Sydney Airport Plan.
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26 Nov 2015
An independent review of the Western Sydney Airport Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) by 11 Western Sydney councils has found several shortcomings which need to be addressed.

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