Proposals currently under assessment

Port Bonython Bulk Export Facility near Whyalla

The proposal

The proposed major development is for a Bulk Export Facility at Port Bonython, near Whyalla on the Eyre Peninsula.

It comprises:

  • wharf/jetty structures and ship loading systems
  • storage buildings and facilities for ore
  • a rail connecting site with the existing Port Augusta-Whyalla line.

Assessment stages and documentation

Stage of assessment process

Date

Documentation

Declaration as major development

1 March 2012

See notice in Government Gazette

Release of guidelines by Development Assessment Commission with level of assessment determined 9 August 2012 Release of guidelines by Development Assessment Commission with level of assessment determined - (980.3 KB PDF)
Release of assessment document by proponent for public comment 3 October 2013
Public comment period 3 October 2013 to 18 November 2013 The public notice - (32.5 KB PDF) has details about how and where to lodge submissions
Date and location for public meeting 29 October 2013
7.30 PM
Oasis Board Room
Westlands Hotel/ Motel
100 McDouall Stuart Avenue
Whyalla Norrie

Response by proponent to public and agency comment on assessment document

  

Assessment report by Minister

  

Related information

On this site

Proposals currently being assessed

Downloads

Media release - (113.9 KB PDF)

For an alternative version of a document on this page contact Planning contacts - Major developments.


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