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Olympic Dam South SCM21 Temporary Accommodation Camp - BHP
Under Regulation 12(34) Infrastructure, BHP are proposing to establish infrastructure and temporary accommodation to accommodate 800 construction workers and associated support facilities, with the intention to retain the area for future temporary accommodation camps, hard-stand areas or industrial land use. The area proposed for clearance is 42.6 hectares located immediately to the south of the Charlton Road industrial estate, Olympic Dam.
The proposed SEB is utilising current on-ground credit.
19 March 2020
Cadell Training Centre - Minister for Corrections
Under Section 28 of the Native Vegetation Act, the Minister for Corrections has submitted a clearance application for the removal of 66 scattered trees and an area of 31.74ha across 10 sites. The clearance is required for the expansion of horticultural enterprise associated with the Cadell Training Centre.
They have proposed an SEB offset of 249.53ha of native vegetation to be actively protected and managed.
Data report , Fauna , Management Plan
|1 April 2020
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