In June 2019, the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces approved the Tweed Valley Hospital State Significant Development (SSD) application for the concept proposal and associated stage 1 works.
In April 2019, a modification to the concept proposal (SSD 9575 Mod 2) was approved to allow a number of changes and refinements.
The approved SSD application as modified includes the following:
The concept proposal:
Stage 1 works:
In October 2019, Health Infrastructure NSW (HINSW) lodged a modification to the concept proposal (SSD 9575 Mod 2) to allow a number of changes and refinements.
The department assessed SSD 9575 Mod 2 application taking into account community and stakeholder feedback received during public exhibition in October-November 2019. This feedback helped us better understand the opinions and concerns of the community, which informed our assessment of the project.
The modification application was approved in April 2020 allowing the following changes to the concept proposal:
It also allowed changes to the Stage 1 works by allowing the off site disposal of spoil from the site and increased truck movements temporarily. All project documents relating to this modification application are available on our Major Projects website.
In September 2019, HINSW lodged a modification application (SSD 9575 Mod 1) to allow minor modifications to vegetation removal approved as part of the Stage 1 works. The modification application was approved in October 2019.
All documentation related to this project can be found on our Major Projects website.
All SSD application documentation related to the new Tweed Valley Hospital is available at our Major Projects website.
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Page last updated: 24/02/2021