Stage 2 - Gravelly Beach Foreshore Project
The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) invites public submissions on the proposed Gravelly Beach Foreshore Stage 2 Project. The West Tamar Council (WTC) is proposing this upgrade which delivers Stage 2, Precinct 2 of the Gravelly Beach Foreshore Master Plan. This proposal includes:
- A new rock wall and land reclamation opposite the shops to be used as a recreation area (~2,500m²)
- Beach nourishment
- Extending the current car parking areas to allow greater capacity for parking and walking to shops.
- BBQ shelter and picnic node
- Beach access (ramps & stairs)
- Seawall repair
- Connecting walkways to join carparks
- Stormwater drainage improvements
- Opportunity for public art
The Reserve Activity Assessment, Level 3 and supporting specialist studies describe the proposed development, outline potential impacts to natural, cultural and recreational values and provides commitments to avoid or mitigate negative impacts. These reports were prepared in accordance with PWS advice.
|||||Stage 1 - Draft Reserve Activity Assessment (RAA) and supporting information are accepted as suitable for public consultation.|
|||||Stage 2 -Public consultation process is advertised in three regional papers. Draft RAA and supporting information is available on the ‘Have your say’ page of PWS website. |
|||||Stage 3 - The period for making public submissions has now closed. Final RAA and Submission Report is prepared by the proponent, addressing comments received during the public consultation process.|
|||||Stage 4 - Assessment of the final RAA is completed. PWS prepares an Environmental Assessment Report (EAR) including the submission report and public submissions.|
|||||Stage 5 - Final RAA, EAR and public submissions are published on the PWS website.|
Public Consultation period beings
- Saturday 2nd September 2023
Close of comment period
- 5pm, Monday 2nd October 2023
Final RAA assessment completed
Final RAA, EAR and public submissions published
Have your say
The draft EIS and supporting documents can be viewed or downloaded from this page.
All written submissions on the EIA must be received by close of business (COB) 17:00 TBA (28 days after consultation opens).
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