Council offered $12m developer contribution for T4 coal loader

Council offered $12m developer contribution for T4 coal loader

T4 | Newcastle Greens

Greens Newcastle By-election candidate Michael Osborne has called on the Planning Assessment Commission considering the controversial T4 coal loader project to seek further advice about the impact of the recent decision by China to stop importing 'dirty' high …

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Controversial fourth Newcastle coal loader now history

May 31, 2018 · T4 was first announced in 2009 as likely to handle another 70 million tonnes of coal a year but by the time it was approved in 2015 it had a first stage capacity of only 25 million tonnes, and would have cost an estimated $3.5 billion, including $1 billion for dredging of the Hunter River almost up the Tourle Street bridge linking Mayfield with Kooragang Island.

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T4 scrapped: Controversial multi-billion-dollar coal loader in

May 31, 2018 · The huge investment to expand Newcastle's coal export capabilities was first announced in 2009 after thermal coal prices soared. The loader, known as Terminal 4 or T4, was to be operated by Port

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Developer Contributions Protocol - Derbyshire

DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS - THE LEGAL CONTEXT 9 DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS PROTOCOL 3. DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS – THE LEGAL CONTEXT 3 1 Planning obligations are also commonly referred to as 'section 106', 'S106', as well as 'developer contributions' A planning obligation is a legal obligation under Section 106 of

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Developer Contributions Plans | Coffs Harbour City Council

Developer Contributions Plans. Section 7.11 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Section 64 of the Local Government Act 1993 enables Councils in New South Wales to levy contributions on a development where that development generates an increased demand on Council's services and facilities.. This is intended to ensure that the existing ratepayers are not …

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Development contributions | Maitland City Council

Development contributions assist with the delivery costs of public facilities. Section 94 and 94A development contributions are a payment made by developers to Council to allow for the supply of or improvement of local facilities and services required for new residents and businesses under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.

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$12M agreement reached for T4 | Hunter Business Review

Jul 24, 2015 · Port Waratah Coal Services has offered to pay a $12 million developer levy to offset the impacts of the proposed T4 coal loader on Kooragang Island. Newcastle Herald

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PWCS agrees to pay $12m coal-loader levy

The public had been invited to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment's assessment of the $4.8 billion project known as T4 by Port Waratah Coal Service. A decision on the coal loader is not expected for several months. A two-day hearing in August last year, addressed by more than 100 people, including from environment organisations Lock the Gate Alliance and Hunter …

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Community opposition grows to proposed T4 coal loader

May 31, 2018 · PWCS agrees to pay $12m coal-loader levy, July 2015 Fierce debate over the coal loader, March 2013 T4 was originally touted as a $5 billion project that could handle 70 million tonnes of coal a year, with wharves on both sides of the river.

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PWCS offers Newcastle Council $12M - MiningMonthly.com

$12M agreement reached for T4. 01 September 2015; Vol. 11; No. 8; Port Waratah Coal and Newcastle Council have entered into a voluntary planning agreement (VPA) for developer contributions relating to the Terminal 4 project. The T4 project is still being considered for approval by the state's Planning Assessment Commission. Share.

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Developer Contributions SPD - westoxon.gov.uk

2. What are developer contributions? 2.1 Developer contributions are effectively contributions that are made by a developer to mitigate the impact of a proposed development. They can be made 'in-kind' such as a new area of green space provided …

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Developer contributions - Cornwall Council

Developer Contributions help deliver infrastructure that new homes and local economies need. These contributions are section 106 agreements (s106) and the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).. A Guide Note setting out our approach to securing developer contributions has been produced. The purpose of this document is purely to summarise the current position as …

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Newcastle T4 coal loader terminal expansion - iMINCO Mining …

142 million tonnes of coal per year for Newcastle T4 coal loader terminal expansion. The current coal loading terminal has capacity to 'on-board' 142 million tonnes of coal per year. When/if the T4 terminal comes on-line, the $5 billion investment could mean substantial increases of some 70 million tonnes per year.

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Yarra Council approves Developer Contributions Plan

May 01, 2019 · At its meeting on 30 April 2019, Yarra Council voted to introduce a Development Contributions Plan to the Yarra Planning Scheme (to be implemented through Amendment C238). Under the plan, developers will pay a contribution towards essential city infrastructure like roads and footpaths, as well as community facilities (for example, a new

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Newcastle T4 coal loader cost increases - Australian Mining

Jun 05, 2012 · Port Waratah Coal Services has doubled the spending for its planned T4 coal loader in Newcastle. The company approved an additional $60 million for the loader, taking its total cost up to $110

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Development levy offered for T4 loader proposal - Australian Mining

Jul 23, 2015 · IN a significant win for Newcastle ratepayers, Port Waratah Coal Services has offered to stump up a $12

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T4 coal-loader submissions concluded - cwgrp.com

May 17, 2012 · The Australian government said it received 485 submissions during the recent public exhibition of the fourth coal terminal proposed for Kooragang Island's environmental assessment reports the Herald. My Account. Subscription History; Subscription Options Sustainable Development; T4 coal-loader submissions concluded; Sustainable Development .

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City council approves $12M-plus budget - The Sentinel-Echo

Jun 30, 2022 · Jun 30, 2022. The City of London is hosting a $12 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins on July 1. The budget had previously been adjusted during the regular monthly meeting of the London City Council but some changes were needed, which prompted a special-called meeting on Wednesday for the first reading after the

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Developer Contributions - South Hams District Council

The Government requires all local planning authorities to publish their developer contributions data on a regular basis and in an agreed format. The Council publishes its developer contributions data annually in three CSV files which are provided under the Open Government Licence. Please note the CSV files have been compressed ('zipped') and

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Former Gosford Council `let slip' $12M in developer …

May 02, 2022 · Before bribery scandal, JobsOhio forgave a $12m loan to FirstEnergy to clean up a coal plant. In 2016, FirstEnergy completed demolition of the 854-foot concrete stack and 171-foot tall boiler house at its former coal-fired R.E. Burger Power Station in Shadyside, Ohio. JobsOhio paid about $12 million for the cleanup.

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