Tag: DP&E

ALG Withdraws Extension application! Dalton community rejoices.

So Great news on Friday. AGL have finally relented and are withdrawing their Modification of extension. While they have not left Our community entirely with the withdraw the current battle against this massive industrial Gas Fired Power Plant at picturesque Rural Dalton has ended with a win for sanity and our Community. We would like […]

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AAADPP UPDATE SEPTEMBER 28

AAADPP UPDATE SEPTEMBER 28   Apologies for the lack of recent updates. There have been a few things gong on over the last month or so….   The Dalton Power Project Community Consultative Committee: AGL’s attempt to establish the DPPCCC and tick the consultation box failed. No such CCC will be established unless the PAC […]

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Weekly update 13/8/2017

Another week with no noise from AGL. Perhaps they are too busy celebrating the fleecing of the Australian public on the way to its record profit… Some disturbing news was released this week regarding the PAC’s “briefing and familiarisation tour” of the Narrabri Gas Project, organised by the proponent, Santos. (http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-08- 10/nsw-planning-has-meetings-and- tours-with- santos/8794672?pfmredir=sm) “Environmental […]

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Weekly update 23/7/2017

On Wednesday July 19, AGL’s conditional approval to commence the Dalton Power Project lapsed. AGL no longer has consent to do anything with respect to the development. YAY!!   However, AGL’s “Extension of Lapse Date” MOD 1 Application remains alive. Between now and the PAC’s determination of the application, AGL don’t have project approval. We […]

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Weekly update 9/7/20017

It has been a busy week… On Tuesday, we hosted Mike Young and Paul Freeman from the DP&E for their Dalton site visit. We appreciate having been given the opportunity to speak directly with them and to show them the around. Yass Real Estate Principal Michael Gray joined us for preliminary discussions before we went […]

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Weekly update 18 June 2017

Very quiet week for the AAADPP and nothing heard but crickets. The AAADPP have floated the idea of a community meeting to discuss our participation in the proposed Dalton Power Project Community Consultative Committee (DPPCCC). This has not yet been organised, as we are still waiting on responses from both the Department of Planning and Environment (DP&E) […]

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NSW DP&E sets up Community Consultative Committee

This week there has been a lot happening and we would like to provide a short update. In the past week, community members have received letters about the DCCC (Dalton Community Consultative Committee), and a telephone survey by AGL asking our views on the power station (one would think they would be aware after reading almost […]

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Angus and Pru

Today we have provided Angus with information that he requested in discussions during his visit to the Dalton Pub on Saturday. These details will help Angus to formulate the correspondence he has undertaken to send to AGL, NSW Department of Planning, PAC and the relevant NSW Ministers regarding his, and our, objections to the Dalton […]

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Where we are – and where we are going

So what now?  Well, the AAADPP is not sitting idly by waiting for the powers that be to make decisions that will affect our lives, families, homes and communities. In summary, here is where we are and where we go next.   EXHIBITION PERIOD CLOSED Public submissions have been lodged. However, the AAADPP has continued […]

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AGL to truck LNG to Dalton?

Pru Goward has raised the possibility of AGL trucking LNG to Dalton to store and use to run their massive industrial gas-fired power plant. Without any consultation with the local communities of Dalton and Gunning, AGL have discussed with Pru Goward the use of trucked LNG at the Dalton plant. Pru has raised this as […]

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