In planning for the development of Oxley Solar Farm, a number of studies including biodiversity, noise, visual amenity, transport and heritage, are currently underway to form part of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) which the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment will assess when evaluating the Project through the approval process.
Community engagement is also an important part of our planning process and Oxley Solar Development will be conducting this engagement with the support of a professional community engagement team, OPF Consulting. Together we will conduct a range of activities, including one-on-one consultations with all interested stakeholders including nearby neighbours, during the preparation of the Project’s EIS.
OPF Consulting has long-term experience in community liaison and with renewable energy projects – from initial concepts through the approval, design, construction and operational phases.
Communication and consultation about the Oxley Solar Farm development will be:
- clear, accurate, timely and honest
- open and transparent
- suitable and ongoing
- appropriately documented
- conducted throughout the project life cycle
Our project team invites you to an information session on:
Thursday 6 August 2020
Anytime between 12noon and 7pm
Jacaranda Room – Hughes House
141 Faulkner Street Armidale
The information session will provide the community with the opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the Project.
We are committed to keeping the community safe and will be hosting the session in accordance with NSW Government COVID-19 regulations and requirements.
Your feedback is very important to us.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss the Project.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call 1300 708 818 to set up a telephone call, video call or a face to face meeting respecting social distancing guideline
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