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Brandy Hill Quarry Brandy Hill Seaham Action Group

2021-9-2  The Brandy Hill quarry expansion has been an issue for the community since mid 2013. At that time the main concern for residents centred on 24/7 operations and safety along the road haulage routes. But over the last 7 years other issues have arisen: dust, noise and biodiversity to name but a few.

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Brandy Hill Quarry - ipcn.nsw.gov.au

2020-5-31  The Brandy Hill Quarry is located on Clarence Town Road at the intersection with Brandy Hill Drive in Seaham, NSW. The Quarry is 3.5 km east of Seaham, 15km northeast of Maitland and 30km north of Newcastle. • Brandy Hill Quarry will play a greater part

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* Brandy Hill Quarry Biolink

2021-10-7  2020. In response to community concerns, we were contracted by the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environmment (DAWE) to undertake an independent assessment of the Brandy Hill quarry site between Seaham and Woodville to the west of Raymond Terrace. Of concern was a proposal to clear ~ 50 ha of Eucalypt woodland and the ...

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Brandy Hill Seaham Action Group A not-for-profit ...

With the Brandy Hill quarry expansion sending 25% of trucks also via Maitland, the future traffic noise, congestion and impacts in the future will be amplified. So now is your chance to have your say, until 2nd July. Please refer to the attached flier provided by the Martins Creek Quarry Action Group (MCQAG), and the link to the Department of ...

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Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project

2020-5-18  Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project (SSD 5899) Assessment Report v Executive Summary The Brandy Hill Quarry is an existing hard rock quarry located approximately 10 kilometres north west of Raymond Terrace, in the Port Stephens local government area. The quarry

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Brandy Hill Report - Department of the Environment

2020-10-28  was the Brandy Hill quarry, at which there is a proposal to expand the quarry footprint. The Limit of Disturbance Area (LoDA) envisioned by the proposed expansion will result in the removal of ~ 53 ha of native vegetation, and the matter has become a controlled action for purposes of the EPBC Act because of the potential impact on koalas.

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Brandy Hill Quarry Approved! Brandy Hill Seaham

2020-10-29  Brandy Hill Quarry Approved! Firstly, welcome to those newly following BHSAG. You have probably already heard the news on radio and TV, in the newspapers and online. Yes, Brandy Hill Quarry has received the final approval needed to continue operating and expand. The federal minister for the environment gave approval on Tuesday, with extra ...

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Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy - City Hub Sydney ...

2020-11-12  Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy. The expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry was "heartbreaking". Photo: The Brandy Hill and Seaham Action Group. The federal government’s approval of the expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry

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Speech: Koalas the Brandy Hill Quarry GreensMPs

2020-10-6  The fate of the Port Stephens koalas is now in the hands of Minister Ley. You have the power, Minister, to save these iconic koalas. I know you care for animals. As the environment minister, you have an obligation to stop the decline and demise of koalas. There is only one decision that you should make: reject the Brandy Hill quarry.

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22.12.10.1 Geology Brandy hill 2014

1 Brandy Hill Quarry. Detailed Geological Assessment and Testing Results by Resource Planning, February 1983. Drilling, testing and reserve report Brandy Hill October 2014 3 Holes BH1401, BH1402, BH1403 and BH1407 were placed in the vicinity of the Glenoak fault. They were drilled to

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* Brandy Hill Quarry Biolink

2021-10-7  2020. In response to community concerns, we were contracted by the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environmment (DAWE) to undertake an independent assessment of the Brandy Hill quarry site between Seaham and Woodville to the west of Raymond Terrace. Of concern was a proposal to clear ~ 50 ha of Eucalypt woodland and the ...

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Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project

2020-5-18  Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project (SSD 5899) Assessment Report v Executive Summary The Brandy Hill Quarry is an existing hard rock quarry located approximately 10 kilometres north west of Raymond Terrace, in the Port Stephens local government area. The quarry

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Brandy Hill Quarry Brandy Hill Seaham Action Group ...

2019-7-11  Brandy Hill Quarry. There has not been any communication from Hanson since the CCC meeting early this year. However, James Moore has contacted Hanson regarding an offer they made at that meeting to provide a traffic speed display. The display is mounted on a trailer and would show drivers their actual speed as they approach the display.

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Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project

2019-8-3  Brandy Hill Quarry is currently situated on the eastern slopes of Brandy Hill (approx. elevation 35 to 100 mAHD. Pre-quarrying slopes are approximately 10 – 30%, with slopes to the north of the site gradually increasing to steeper slopes of >50%. Batter slopes of the current quarry benches range from approximately 60° to beyond 90°

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Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy - City Hub Sydney ...

2020-11-12  Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy. The expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry was "heartbreaking". Photo: The Brandy Hill and Seaham Action Group. The federal government’s approval of the expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry in Port

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Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project Hanson Australia

Noise Monitoring Results - 2019. Noise Monitoring Results - 2018. DPIE Major Projects Website. BHQ EPL 1879. Brandy Hill Quarry SSD Major Project. Brandy Hill Quarry SSD 5899 Development Consent. DAWE Approval EPBC 20157453 Consent Conditions.

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Speech: Koalas the Brandy Hill Quarry GreensMPs

2020-10-6  The fate of the Port Stephens koalas is now in the hands of Minister Ley. You have the power, Minister, to save these iconic koalas. I know you care for animals. As the environment minister, you have an obligation to stop the decline and demise of koalas. There is only one decision that you should make: reject the Brandy Hill quarry.

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DA NO: 25-2017-2-1 PROPOSAL: Brandy Hill Quarry

Brandy Hill Drive and Clarence Town Road is a safety concern. Brandy Hill Quarry have advised that they will be hauling east and west, there is no specific turning bays and this will pose a safety risk to all road users. Martins Creek Quarry links an upgrade of this intersection to the proposed expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry, however ...

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Brandy Hill Quarry expansion plans will destroy 50 ...

2020-1-15  The company said Brandy Hill Quarry is of "strategic importance to satisfy growing demand from the construction industry in Newcastle and Hunter Region as well as in the Greater Sydney Region". "There are limited hard rock resources available between Newcastle and Sydney, and the Brandy Hill Quarry

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22.12.10.1 Geology Brandy hill 2014

1 Brandy Hill Quarry. Detailed Geological Assessment and Testing Results by Resource Planning, February 1983. Drilling, testing and reserve report Brandy Hill October 2014 3 Holes BH1401, BH1402, BH1403 and BH1407 were placed in the vicinity of the Glenoak fault. They were drilled to

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* Brandy Hill Quarry Biolink

2021-10-7  2020. In response to community concerns, we were contracted by the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environmment (DAWE) to undertake an independent assessment of the Brandy Hill quarry site between Seaham and Woodville to the west of Raymond Terrace. Of concern was a proposal to clear ~ 50 ha of Eucalypt woodland and the ...

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Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy - City Hub Sydney ...

2020-11-12  Brandy Hill Quarry planning tragedy. The expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry was "heartbreaking". Photo: The Brandy Hill and Seaham Action Group. The federal government’s approval of the expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry in Port

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Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project

2019-8-3  Brandy Hill Quarry is currently situated on the eastern slopes of Brandy Hill (approx. elevation 35 to 100 mAHD. Pre-quarrying slopes are approximately 10 – 30%, with slopes to the north of the site gradually increasing to steeper slopes of >50%. Batter slopes of the current quarry benches range from approximately 60° to beyond 90°

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Brandy Hill Quarry Expansion Project Hanson Australia

Noise Monitoring Results - 2019. Noise Monitoring Results - 2018. DPIE Major Projects Website. BHQ EPL 1879. Brandy Hill Quarry SSD Major Project. Brandy Hill Quarry SSD 5899 Development Consent. DAWE Approval EPBC 20157453 Consent Conditions.

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Speech: Koalas the Brandy Hill Quarry GreensMPs

2020-10-6  The fate of the Port Stephens koalas is now in the hands of Minister Ley. You have the power, Minister, to save these iconic koalas. I know you care for animals. As the environment minister, you have an obligation to stop the decline and demise of koalas. There is only one decision that you should make: reject the Brandy Hill quarry.

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DA NO: 25-2017-2-1 PROPOSAL: Brandy Hill Quarry

Brandy Hill Drive and Clarence Town Road is a safety concern. Brandy Hill Quarry have advised that they will be hauling east and west, there is no specific turning bays and this will pose a safety risk to all road users. Martins Creek Quarry links an upgrade of this intersection to the proposed expansion of the Brandy Hill Quarry, however ...

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Brandy Hill Quarry expansion plans will destroy 50 ...

2020-1-15  The company said Brandy Hill Quarry is of "strategic importance to satisfy growing demand from the construction industry in Newcastle and Hunter Region as well as in the Greater Sydney Region". "There are limited hard rock resources available between Newcastle and Sydney, and the Brandy Hill Quarry

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Brandy Hill quarry expansion fallout: Koala breeding ...

2020-10-30  A prime mover of the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary says the Brandy Hill quarry expansion go-ahead highlights the critical need for breeding programs for the marsupial, to help prevent the Australian icon from facing extinction. Ron Land, the CEO of Port Stephens Koalas, said he was "disappointed, but not surprised" by the Federal Environment ...

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Koala habitat to be cleared for controversial Brandy Hill ...

2020-10-27  Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley has approved the controversial extension of the Brandy Hill quarry, paving the way for the clearing of 52 hectares that opponents say is koala habitat.

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Federal Environment Minister approves koala habitat ...

2020-10-27  The expansion of Brandy Hill Quarry by Hanson Construction, pictured here in 2013, will see production increase from 700,000 tonnes of rock a year to 1.5 million tonnes.

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