Friends of Glenlee (FoG) held their AGM on 31 July to elect a new committee and discuss how to progress the campaign to preserve Glenlee. In this discussion on preserving Glenlee, the following points were made: * the need for Council to take further steps to acquire Glenlee and to set aside funding to do […]
OFF has commenced a campaign to increase Federal Govt funding for Landcare, Greening Australia and like minded organisations. Letters have been written to Senators David Pocock and Jacqui Lambie (Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Australia’s Disaster Resilience) requesting their assistance. Members are asked to support this important campaign by also writing to the Federal politicians who care about our planet and the impact of climate change.
The Foreshore Scenic Protection Area (FSPA) is again under threat.
A well attended rally on April 23 was followed with the good news that the DA has been withdrawn and more recently that the NSW Heritage Council has given notice that they intend to consider listing Glenlee on the State Heritage Register.
28 Jan 2022 – A 12 month Interim Heritage Order was gazetted by the Minister for Environment and Heritage which prevents any further development of the site. It allows for further investigations into Glenlee’s historical and Indigenous significance. Additionally, the Minister has also requested that NSW Heritage pursue the listing of Glenlee on the State […]
Key environmental questions put to candidates running for Georges River Council.
Submissions are required by 19 December 2021 on the Environment Impact Statement of raising the Warragamba Dam wall.