Feb 10 2019nbsp018332Ultimately the court concludes that the Rocky Hill coalmine is in the wrong place at the wrong time The wrong place because of its impact on the Gloucester Valley
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Feb 10 2019nbsp018332Ultimately the court concludes that the Rocky Hill coalmine is in the wrong place at the wrong time The wrong place because of its impact on the Gloucester ValleyRead More
In an Australian first a coal mine has been knocked back on social and climate change grounds This ruling could change the face of climate litigation forever On the 8th of February in a landmark decision that has left environmental groups cheering the NSW Land and Environment Court ruled that the construction of the proposed Rocky Hill Coal Mine near Gloucester should not go aheadRead More
Feb 11 2019nbsp018332The NSW land and environment court ruled last week Gloucester Resources Rocky Hill coalmine in the states Hunter Valley should not go ahead in part because ofRead More
The ruling against the Rocky Hill open cut coal mine in NSW attracted a lot of attention for the role climate change played in the decision But that wasnt the only reason it got rejected the verdict also represents a landmark legal decision for Aboriginal communities when it comes to protecting sacred lands from mining interestsRead More
Rocky Hill Coal Project Response to Submissionspdf GRLDAE response to CIE Ecom peer review 210817pdf RHCPRTS 05 Section 213 to 228 June 2017pdfRead More
May 08 2019nbsp018332A win is a win finally Gloucester residents opposed to the nearby Rocky Hill coal project proposal may finally get some peace Credit Janie Barrett In aRead More
Feb 07 2019nbsp018332Judge rejects Rocky Hill mine near Gloucester NSW because of its impact on the town and dire consequences of increasing emissions Michael McGowan andRead More
The Rocky Hill Coal Project was the result of extensive exploration geological modelling mine planning and environmental studies of the Site and surrounding areas Below is an outline of the Government process followed by GRL in attempting to gain approval for the ProjectRead More
Landmark Rocky Hill ruling could pave the way for more courts to choose climate over coal February 11 2019 106am EST Justine BellJames The University of QueenslandRead More
Feb 10 2019nbsp018332An open cut coal mine is proposed 1 There is a valley near Rocky Hill that a coal mine proposes to cut and fill The Gloucester valley is a creature of a unique topographic feature The valley is the floor of a nest the sides being ranges east and west The Bucketts is the rocky range to the west The Mograni range is the mountain range toRead More
Dear SirMadam I am the ownermanager of Yates amp Twomey a second generation retailer in Gloucester NSW I support the Rocky Hill Coal Project SSD 5156 Stratford Extension Project MOD 1 SSD 4966 MOD 1The Gloucester region was developed because of resource mining from Gold miningcedar cuttingcoal mining 1924Gloucester Coal LimitedRead More
When the Rocky Hill decision was handed down in February 2019 it suddenly placed the issue of Scope 3 emissions in the spotlight Among the courts reasons for refusing the proposed coal mine was the likely contribution of the project to downstream greenhouse gas emissionsRead More
Jul 16 2019nbsp018332Rocky Hill coal mine Report summary Rocky Hill is a small open cut project planned in the Gloucester Basin in New South Wales The project being proposed by AMCI is targeting export of semihard high fluidity coking coal Wood Mackenzies asset reports are built from the bottom up incorporating a number of granular data metrics toRead More
Mar 22 2019nbsp018332The proposed Project site covered approximately 830 ha in a valley near Rocky Hill and the small country town of Gloucester in NSW Australia GRL sought to mine twenty million tonnes of coal from an open cut mine on the Gloucester valley site over a period of sixteen yearsRead More
Over the past decade coal companies have been buying off land in Gloucester fragmenting communities and pushing local residents out to make way for the proposed Rocky Hill Mine Now that a landmark court case has terminated the mines future social impact experts Dr Hedda Askland and Dr Rebecca Lawrence say that the fight is far from overRead More
Rocky Hill coalmine rejected A concerted campaign to stop Gloucester Resources Limiteds opencut coalmine on agricultural land in Gloucester has been rewarded The NSW Department of Planning and the Environment recommended on October 23 that GRLs Rocky Hill mine not be given approvalRead More
Abstract The Environmental Defenders Office ran the Rocky Hill Mine case for the local community in the Gloucester region of NSW Working as the solicitor on record Elaines client was a group named Groundswell Gloucester who came to their office seeking assistance regarding a coal mineRead More
Mining company Gloucester Resources Limited quotGloucesterquot had sought permission from the local Department of Planning for permission to open the Rocky Hill mine for the production of a total ofRead More
Stratford Mining Complex to process and despatch coal from Rocky Hill The 2013 Rocky Hill Project application the 2013 Project was opposed by the then Gloucester Shire Council and many other local interest groups Over 1370 submissions from individuals opposed the 2013 project with 327 supporting itRead More
The principal coal product to be produced from the Rocky Hill Coal Mine is a high fluidity coking coal ie a product used in Asian steel mills and is in high demand Unlike thermal coal which is the primary coal product from the Hunter Valley and used for power generation there is no substitute for coking coal in the manufacture of steelRead More
May 24 2017nbsp018332Gloucester residents anxiously await decision on revised Rocky Hill open cut coal mine proposal ABC Mid North Coast By Luisa Rubbo Posted May 24 2017 141457 PhotoRead More
The Lock the Gate Alliance is hoping that the landmark Land and Environment Court decision to refuse the Rocky Hill coal mine near Gloucester will have implications on the proposed Bylong project currently being reviewed by the Independent Planning Commission IPCRead More
A number of clients have asked us about the implications of the recent NSW Land and Environment Court decision in Gloucester Resources Limited v Minister for Planning 2019 NSWLEC 7 where Gloucester Resources Limiteds GRL appeal against the Planning Assessment Commissions refusal of the Rocky Hill Coal Project was lost In the table below we have extracted some key commentary byRead More
The community can now move forward with progressive and sustainable industry Indeed since the news in early 2016 regarding AGL not proceeding with their 330well gas field then the refusal of the Rocky Hill coal mine house prices have risen and housing stock as well as new builds are in hot demand Tourism this Easter weekend was very strongRead More
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