The Department of State Growth (DSG) is leading the planning and design work to improve driver safety and visitor experience along the Great Eastern Drive. This proposal is one of the initiatives for this area.
DSG has hired ERA Planning and Environment with Burbury Consulting to progress the design and approval of the works associated with creating a new sealed car park to accommodate five standard vehicles and one larger vehicle. It will ensure a sealed entry and exit off the Tasman Highway, and include a three-metre length of walking track from the car park to the entrance of the beach and rock bollards to contain vehicle access to the greater reserve.
The draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been prepared in accordance with PWS advice. The proposal will address the existing use of the informal carpark, improve visitor safety, and control the risk of environmental harm to sensitive coastal dune vegetation.
|| Stage 1 - Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and supporting information are accepted as suitable for public consultation.|
||| Stage 2 - Public consultation process is advertised in three regional papers. Draft EIS and supporting information are available on the ‘Have your say’ page of PWS website.|
|| Stage 3 - Final EIS and Submission Report is prepared by PWS, addressing comments received during the public consultation process..|
| || Stage 4 - Assessment of the final EIS is completed and PWS prepares an Environmental Assessment Report (EAR) including the submission report and public submissions.|
| || Stage 5 - Final EIS, EAR and public submission are published on the PWS website.|
Public consultation period begins
- Saturday, 20 February 2021
Close of comment period
Final EIS assessment completed
EIS, EAR and public submissions published
Have your say
The draft EIS and supporting documents can be viewed or downloaded from this page. To have your say, you can submit comments by:
- Emailing a written submission to email@example.com
- Posting to Kelvedon Beach - New
Car Park, PWS Southern Region, PO Box 126 Moonah TAS 7009
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All written submissions on the draft EIS must be received by 5 pm Saturday, 6 March 2021.
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Kelvedon Beach Conservation Area Car Park and Walking Track Draft EIS