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The McConnell Dowell/Decmil Joint Venture has been appointed as the preferred tenderer for the Mordialloc Freeway project. This appointment will ensure feedback from the recent Environment Effects Statement (EES) consultation period can be considered as part of the design refinement process.
The EES considers the environmental, social, cultural and economic impacts of the project, along with submissions received during the consultation period and will be assessed by an Independent Advisory Committee.
The Joint Venture will undertake further environmental surveying and monitoring along with non-disruptive site and services investigations.
Several environmental design improvements have already been implemented because of EES investigations, including new and expanded noise walls, wildlife underpasses, fauna fencing and twin bridge structures over the Waterways wetlands.
Community Reference Group
We’re pleased to announce the new representatives for the second term of the Community Reference Group (CRG) for the Mordialloc Freeway project. The representatives will offer a diverse mix of community views. They are:
- Jon Gerrard, Dingley Village
- John Sunter, Dingley Village
- Peter Wain, Waterways
- Shanthi Pillai, Waterways
- Ken Carney, Apsendale Gardens
- Michael Poulakakis, Aspendale Gardens
- Margeaux Hawkins, Mordialloc
- Margaret Hunter, Mordialloc
- Terri Bateman, Edithvale
- Phil Newman, Frankston South
It wasn’t easy choosing between the many high-quality applications that we received. Thank you to everyone who applied.
See the January 2019 Community update:
ESS submissions closed
Thank you to everyone who shared their knowledge and provided us with valuable input as part of the public exhibition of the Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the Mordialloc Freeway.
During the 50 days of public exhibition, Planning Panels Victoria received over 100 submissions. These submissions will now be reviewed by an independent panel.
To view the submissions, see the Planning Panels Victoria web page.
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