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David Gojak Meats

David Gojak is my local butcher in Haberfield, I love going there to buy my meat. I’ve known David for quite a while now, probably over 15 years – back when he was running his butcher shop from the Burwood premises. 233 more words


This is the story of Kevin - one of many older residents hit hard by Westconnex

By Wendy Bacon and Nicole Gooch

This is the second in our series that feature individual stories. This post tells the story of Kevin and Ann, two residents of Homebush who are in their eighties. 1,860 more words

Commentaries & Objections

Westconnex fails Objective 10 : Protect natural & cultural resources and enhance environment

( Editor: This is the third submission prepared from the perspective of the Objectives of the project. The other two did an overview analysis of all ten objectives – … 2,683 more words

Commentaries & Objections

Comments on Air Quality Impact Statement

By Kerry Barlow

The Air Quality Impact statement is in Appendix H (This will shortly be published on this site.)

Executive Summary:

  • this Air Quality Impact Statement relies too heavily on the WestConnex Road Traffic Model (WRTM) forecast of reduced traffic on Parramatta Road for its claim that there will be
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Commentaries & Objections

Jo Haylen's EIS Haberfield workshop

When residents in other suburbs might have been out in their parks enjoying a relaxing Saturday afternoon, Haberfield and Ashfield residents were busy workshopping complaints about the M4 tunnel project that will demolish scores of homes, precious trees and gardens, take away open space and add to traffic congestion in their neighbourhoods. 209 more words

News & Updates

Does Westconnex meet its core objectives ?

Some contributors have drawn the attention of the People’s EIS to the core objectives of the Westconnex M4 East project. They argue that we should assess the project against them rather than on a topic by topic basis. 2,008 more words

Commentaries & Objections

Ashfield Mayor Lucille McKenna: M4E proposal totally unacceptable

Ashfield Mayor Lucille McKenna spoke at a public meeting organised by the Council to discuss the EIS. She focussed on the the impact of the project on “our day to day lives, our built environment, our social infrastructure, everything that goes into making this a place to live.” The meeting was attended by more than 300 residents. 1,138 more words

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