New Narrabri Inland Rail office provides focal point for community
As construction on the Narrabri to North Star Phase 1 project shifts closer to Narrabri in 2022 and with early works on the Narromine to Narrabri project expected to start late this year, our new Narrabri office is a welcome boost to local communities.
Narrabri is a key juncture on the Inland Rail route, connecting the greenfield Narromine to Narrabri project to the under-construction N2NS Phase 1 project.
The Narrabri office is located at 85 Maitland Street and h as capacity for up to 10 project staff.
It will be home to various technical site-based teams including engineering, stakeholder engagement, safety, environment and geo-technical staff as the Narromine to Narrabri / Southern Program transitions through environmental approvals into construction.
Delivery Director Central, Heather Parry said the new Narrabri office will be a focal point for locals keen to stay up to date with progress on both projects.
“Opening an office in Narrabri is a positive statement of support for the local Narrabri community and demonstrates we’re committed to supporting locals for the long term,” Ms Parry said.
“With construction activity shifting to between Narrabri North and Bellata in 2022, local Narrabri residents will see more project staff in town and increased movement of vehicles and equipment.”
The local community can now meet the stakeholder engagement team at our Narrabri office five days a week to discuss all things Inland Rail.
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