- Community engagement
- Radioactive waste
- Facility safety and management
- Jobs and business opportunities
- Site selection process
A local consultative committee will be established at each site that progresses to the technical assessment stage of the project. This allows the community to be represented independently and voice their questions in a forum ran by locals, while interacting with the Government.
The committee will be made up of community members and stakeholders from the regional community and will be independently chaired. The committee will meet to provide advice on key aspects of the facility, such as: site design, environmental monitoring, employment and business opportunities and the Community Benefit Programme. The chairperson will facilitate and finalise meeting agenda and notes for all committee meetings.
These committees are one of the ways the Australian Government will work with the communities in assessing shortlisted sites. This is in addition to engaging with traditional owners, neighbouring landowners, key stakeholders and the general public to ensure concerns and issues are understood and considered in the decision making process.
The committee will meet regularly throughout the process to discuss key aspects of the facility, such as:
The committee will adhere to the requirements as set out in the Act as a minimum. The chairperson will work with the committee to develop and agree to a terms of reference that outlines how the committee will operate.
Nominations are now open for the Kimba Consultative Committee. If you are interested in being part of the Committee, please consult the Guidelines.
Nominations close at 5pm AEST on 16 October 2017.
The Barndioota Consultative Committee has already been filled.
Email email@example.com to register your interest or call the project team on 13 28 46.
Meeting notes will be publicly available on the project website.