Certain infrastructure is deemed to have State significance due to the value or potential impacts that it will have. State Significant Infrastructure (SSI) is a project that is:
A Proponent must demonstrate their proposed project is SSI when lodging their application with supporting documents. This documentation must contain sufficient information about the proposal and its environmental impacts. The F6 Extension Stage 1 has been declared SSI as it is an activity for which the proponent is the determining authority and an EIS is required. The project has also been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure.
The Department’s assessment and recommendations will be set out in the Environmental Assessment Report. The Report and recommendations are referred to the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces for consideration in making his determination.
Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) is seeking approval for the construction and operation of a new multi lane road link between the Arncliffe and Kogarah, which would include:
RMS’ PIR provides a description of changes made to the original proposal that have occurred since the exhibition of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), including:
The F6 Extension Motorway program is a proposed new, multi-lane road link between the New M5 Motorway at Arncliffe and the Princes Highway at Loftus.
The F6 Extension Stage 1 is the first of three stages and has been designed with a provision for a future extension south.
To find out more about the F6 Extension Stage 1 you can:
Page last updated: 09/05/2019