Latest News - December 2018

Response to EIS Submissions Underway

Response to EIS Submissions Underway

Health Infrastructure would like to thank the community and stakeholders for lodging submissions and providing feedback during the public exhibition period for the Tweed Valley Hospital Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and site-specific State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP).

 

The project team is busy reviewing the submissions and working through solutions to address concerns raised by the community and government agencies.

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Posted 20 Dec 2018
InTouch: Special Edition - December 2018

InTouch: Special Edition - December 2018

A key priority of the Tweed Valley Hospital Project Team is to ensure our staff, stakeholders, and the community are kept fully informed.

Throughout the consultation process, many rumours and misinformation surrounding the Tweed Valley Hospital are coming to light. Our goal is the ensure staff, stakeholders, and the community are informed with the facts, and that myths are dispelled, to avoid unnecessary confusion.

To fact-check some of the rumours surrounding the project, click here

Posted 19 Dec 2018
Major tender awarded to progress Tweed Valley Hospital

Major tender awarded to progress Tweed Valley Hospital

The Tweed Valley Hospital project has taken another step forward, with Lendlease Building appointed to progress the next stage of planning and design, and subject to planning approvals undertake early works for the new hospital.
The announcement marks the latest milestone in the delivery of the brand-new state-of-the-art major referral hospital for the people of the Tweed-Byron region.

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Posted 19 Dec 2018
Community exhibition period extended for SEPP and EIS

Community exhibition period extended for SEPP and EIS

The public exhibition period for the Tweed Valley Hospital Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and the site specific State Environment Planning Policy (SEPP) has been extended to 13 December 2018 to ensure that all members of the community are able to have their say during this significant milestone in the project process.

The Department of Planning and Environment extended the exhibition period for an additional two weeks.


 

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Posted 04 Dec 2018

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