What is the North East Link?
The North East Link Project (NELP) is a $15.8 billion State Government project being led by the North East Link Project (NELP) Authority. Construction is expected to commence in 2021, with the new road and tunnel expected to be open by 2027. In May 2018, the Victorian Government confirmed the selected ‘Option A’ route through Bulleen would be delivered.
To view the latest update on the project, please visit NELP’s website.
Manningham Council’s Submission on the North East Link EES and PER
Council at its special meeting on 4 June 2019, endorsed the organisation’s submission to the North East Link Environment Effects Statement (EES). This will be complimented by a more detailed submission to the Inquiry and Advisory Committee (IAC) in July 2019. The IAC Panel hearings commence from 25 July 2019, at the Veneto Club in Bulleen. Visit the North East Link Project’s website for more information on the panel hearings.
The PER includes information on how the project could affect matters of national environmental significance, such as federally listed threatened species and communities, migratory species and the environment on Commonwealth land (as opposed to Council/State Land found in the EES) during construction and operation and how adverse impacts would be managed. Given the national significance of the Act, Council has prepared a submission in relation to the PER. View the Manningham Council Public Environment Report for the North East Link Project - 30 May 2019 (177.46 KB)
Manningham NEL Community Information Session
Council held a community information session on Wednesday 29 May, 2019 to provide an update on the impacts for Manningham and share the draft EES submission. Residents also had the opportunity to find out more about preparing and finalising their own EES responses.
You can download the Manningham NEL Community Information Session Presentation(1.48 MB) and view the livestream of the Manningham NEL community information below.