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Noonamah Ridge Estate - Notice of Intent



Noonamah Ridge Estate - Notice of Intent

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Terms of Reference - Noonamah Ridge; Statement of Reasons - Noonamah Ridge; Environmental Impact Statement - Noonamah Ridge; Supplementary EIS - Noonamah Ridge; Post SEIS - Noonamah Ridge; Assessment Report - Noonamah Ridge


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Noonamah Region


The proposed development represents a substantial opportunity to deliver much needed residential expansion of the Greater Darwin Region through a coherent master planned approach. The vision for the proposed residential subdivision is to: Provide a high quality residential estate, providing a range of lot sizes and typologies, with an emphasis on retaining rural character and amenity. The estate will be serviced by a local town centre encouraging cohesion and social amenity, including the provision of land for a new primary school, retail facilities, a community centre and land for new volunteer fire brigades. The development will aim to connect to the surrounding rural area, providing the opportunity to create a strong sense of community. - Development Outline


Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).




Environmental impact statement; Land use; Regional planning; Rural development; Strategic planning

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Intrapac Projects; Northern Territory Government

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10 volunes : colour illustrations, colour maps, tables ; 30 cm.

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Intrapac Projects



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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378841; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378839; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378843; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378844; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378845; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378846; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378847; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378838; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378842

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Noonamah Ridge Estate Referencing and information sources 6.3 All sources must be appropriately referenced using the Harvard Standard. The reference list should include the address of any internet pages used as data sources. All referenced supporting documentation and data, or documents cited in the EIS must be available upon request. For information given in the EIS, the EIS must state: the source of the information how recent the information is how the reliability of the information was tested what uncertainties (if any) are in the information. All known and unknown variables or assumptions made in the EIS must be clearly stated and discussed. Confidence levels must be specific, as well as the sources from which they were obtained. The extent to which a limitation, if any, of available information may influence the conclusions of the environmental assessment should be discussed. The EIS must include information on any consultation about the Project, including: methods of consultation a list of persons and agencies consulted during the EIS documented responses to, or the results of, any consultation that has already taken place proposed consultation about relevant impacts of the Project identification of affected parties, including a statement mentioning any communities that may be affected and describing their views. The EIS has an important role in informing the public about this Project. It is essential that the Proponent demonstrates how any public concerns were identified and will influence the design and delivery of the Project. Public involvement and the role of government organisations should be clearly identified. The outcomes of any surveys, public meetings and liaison with interested groups should be discussed including any changes made to the proposal as a result of consultation. Details of any ongoing liaison should also be discussed. Administration 6.4 The Proponent should lodge ten bound hardcopies and an electronic (Adobe PDF format) copy of the EIS with the NT EPA. The electronic copies should be provided both as a single file of the entire document and separate files of the document components. A Microsoft Word copy of the EIS should be provided to facilitate the production of the Assessment Report. The Proponent should consider the file size, format and style of the document appropriate for publication on the NT EPA website. The capacity of the website to store data and display the material may have some bearing on how the document is constructed. The Proponent is to advertise that the EIS is available for review and comment, in the NT News. The NT EPA requires the draft EIS document and a draft of the advertisement at least one week prior to advertising the draft EIS, to arrange web upload of the document and review and comment on advertising text. NORTHERN TERRITORY ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AUTHORITY 28

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