Parliamentary Inquiry To investigate Planning Decisions In The Hunter

 ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) 17 September 2014: NSW Parliamentary Inquiry To Investigate Planning Decisions In Newcastle

NSW-Parliament

A Parliamentary Inquiry has been set up to investigate controversial planning decisions in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley. The inquiry comes in the wake of an Independent Commission Against Corruption investigation into allegations Liberal MPs in the Hunter received illegal political donations from developers.

 

Call for Submissions: HEREThe full terms of reference for the inquiry: HERE.

TRRA Inc. has already had our concerns about PS Council  raised in Parliament HERE.

Follow up letters were sent by Hon Sophie Costis MLC: HERE

After the ICAC inquiry another letter was sent to Council and the Minister HERE. 

Port Stephens Council response HERE

Minister Toole’s response is HERE

TRRA will be accepting the Minster’s invitation and making an extensive submission to the inquiry requesting that all planning and other decisions made by Port Stephens Council involving Buildev Pty. Ltd. and those named in ICAC Operation Spicer be reviewed forthwith.

TRRA will be actively lobbying the members of this Legislative Council Inquiry to “inquire into and report on aspects of the planning process in Newcastle and the broader Hunter Region”  Watch this space!

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