Environment planning and approvals
The Narromine to Narrabri project’s Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) was on public display from Tuesday 8 December 2020 to Sunday 7 February 2021.
The EIS outlines potential project impacts for consideration by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE). It also captures information gathered from consultation with landowners and other stakeholders and show how this was considered in determining the final rail corridor.
All submissions will be provided to ARTC and published online. The EIS, all submissions and ARTC’s Response to Submissions Report will then be reviewed by NSW and Federal Governments.
The NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces will make the final decision on whether the project is approved for construction.
To view the EIS, visit the DPIE website.
Narromine to Narrabri EIS summary of findings
This summary outlines the Narromine to Narrabri project, planning and assessment processes, engagement activities, and potential impacts and approaches to management and mitigation. Each section will show you where you can find more information in the Narromine to Narrabri Environmental Impact Statement.
July 14, 2021
Inland Rail supports future paramedic with university scholarship
Inland Rail is proud to support proud and ambitious regional university students through our Inland Rail Scholarships program. At Charles Sturt in Bathurst, paramedicine student Emma Bennetts from Mendooran, NSW, was awarded one of our 2021 scholarships, worth $16,000 over three years.
July 14, 2021
Proud to Support our Local Ag Shows
The NSW Agricultural Show season saw our stakeholder teams getting out and about across the region discussing Inland Rail. Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Anna Howard was the N2N Champion at each of the shows, answering questions and listening to feedback from show-goers across the community.