Kagaru to Acacia Ridge and Bromelton project update February 2021

We’re committed to working with property owners and stakeholders in communities along the Kagaru to Acacia Ridge and Bromelton project alignment as we progress our planning. The project team held seven community information sessions late last year to share the preliminary results of recent environmental investigations.

Kagaru to Acacia Ridge and Bromelton project community information session

A total of 148 interested community members attended the sessions in December 2020, including Councillors and staff from Logan City Council and Scenic Rim Regional Council.

Discussions were primarily focused on noise, vibration and air quality matters as well as future business opportunities available with Inland Rail.

Noise and vibration and air quality specialists attended the sessions and spoke to residents about the modelling for the enhancement work areas, the legislation and guidelines, and property-specific impacts and potential mitigations.

The enhancement work sites are project construction areas, where track lowering and crossing loop works will occur. 

The Queensland Coordinator-General is still considering our application for the project to be declared ‘coordinated’, which would require an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to be prepared. Regardless of the final decision, we are committed to undertaking thorough environmental investigations for the project, equivalent to an EIS.


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