The local majority opposing Hills of Gold Wind Farm once again have to put their concerns in writing, this time as part of the Independent Planning Commission Determination process.
This comes nearly six years after the proposed wind farm was made public in February 2018, and after two public exhibition periods for an Environmental Impact Statement, and Amendments found under the Recommendation Tab on https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/major-projects/projects/hills-gold-wind-farm.
The featured image is a photomontage of Hills of Gold Wind Farm provided by the Applicant.
To add your voice to the Objections please comment on inadequacies in the Department of Planning and Environment Assessment Report or Recommended Conditions of Consent.
Ongoing concerns for landowner advocacy group Hills of Gold Preservation Inc include potential Transport, Biodiversity, Visual, Soil and Water impacts.