|Status||Impact assessment report (IAR) active|
|Description||Proposal to upgrade the Six Mile Creek Dam to meet modern safety standards|
|Proponent||Seqwater (Queensland Bulk Water Supply Authority)|
|Location/s||Lake Macdonald, approximately 4km from Cooroy in Noosa Shire Map|
|Local government/s||Noosa Shire Council|
|Jobs||Up to 110 (construction)|
Have your say
Seqwater (Queensland Bulk Water Supply Authority) has prepared a draft impact assessment report (IAR) for the Six Mile Creek Dam Safety Upgrade project.
The Coordinator-General has released the draft IAR for public and government agency submissions.
You are invited to make a submission on the draft IAR, including the project’s potential environmental impacts and the effectiveness of measures proposed to manage those impacts.
The Coordinator-General will consider your submission as part of his evaluation of the project’s environmental impacts.
Submissions close at 5 pm on 11 March 2019.
|11 February 2019 to 11 March 2019||Draft IAR submission period - read the Draft IAR.|
|22 December 2017||Gazettal ( 250 KB) of ‘coordinated project’ declaration.|
|6 December 2017||A delegate of the former Commonwealth Minister for the Environment and Energy decided the project is a ‘controlled action’.|
|18 October 2017||Project referred to the former Commonwealth Minister for the Environment and Energy.|
|15 September 2017||Application, including initial advice statement ( 3.2 MB), submitted.|
* Project information supplied by proponent and subject to change.