November 2012: Property NSW prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed remediation of properties in Nelson Parade, Hunters Hill. The proponent then lodged the EA with the department for consideration.
22 November 2012 – 8 February 2013: The department invited submissions about the EA during public exhibition.
January 2015: After review of all submissions, Property NSW lodged a response to the submissions (the Submissions Report).
The department requested further information from Property NSW to fully address the issues raised in submissions. This included the final disposal location for the contaminated material.
2015 – 2019: Property NSW has been investigating various disposal options – a process which has proven to be quite difficult and complex. Property NSW has had to revise its environmental assessment during this time to adequately consider potential on-site impacts associated with changes in remediation methods.
June 2019: The department received Property NSW’s Preferred Project Report (PPR) and published it on our Major Projects website. A public notification period to collect feedback on the PPR closed on 26 July 2019.
August 2019 – November 2020: Community feedback indicated there were concerns about encapsulating the material and keeping it on the site. Property NSW continued to investigate alternative options and secured contractual and Government approvals to transport all contaminated material from the site to a licensed facility in the United States of America.
April 2021: The NSW Government announced in April 2021 the determination of a proposal to clean up contaminated land at Nelson Parade, Hunters Hill.
Page last updated: 12/10/2022