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Page last updated on 30-06-2022.
The Channel Upgrade project has a number of Management and Monitoring Plans to implement controls and monitor our environment.
The monitoring programs are reviewed by the Independent Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC) before all plans are assessed and approved by Government Regulators. Local Traditional Owner representatives are consulted as part of the development of the Management Plans. Each Management Plan relates to a different aspect of the Project and some will overlap.
Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP)
This management plan provides an overview of the construction and reclamation activities and associated environmental management requirements, controls and contingency plans for extreme weather events.
The CEMP has a number of supporting plans, which are listed below:
Marine Environmental Management Plan (MEMP)
This management plan provides an overview of the environmental management requirements and controls for Matters of National Environmental Significance in relation to construction activities.
The MEMP has a number of supporting plans, which are listed below:
Offset Management Strategy (Dredging and Reclamation)
Outlines the offset management strategy for all components of the Channel Upgrade project
Dredge Management Plan (DMP)
Outlines the environmental management requirements relating to capital dredging and placement activities being undertaken as part of the Channel Upgrade project.
Annual Compliance Report
This report addresses compliance with each of the conditions of the Channel Upgrade project's EPBC Act approval during the first year of construction and each year thereafter, including the approval and implementation of management plans required for the Project.
Community and Stakeholder Engagement Plan (CSEP)
As per the conditions in the Coordinator General’s evaluation, a Community and Stakeholder Engagement Plan (CSEP) has been developed to ensure the people who live, work, visit or operate near the Port are consulted and kept informed about the Channel Upgrade project.
The Channel Upgrade project CSEP will ensure that:
- The Port has the opportunity to consider the input of a wide range of community members before making decisions; and
- Community members are given the opportunity to contribute to the planning and development process.
Social Impact Management Report (SIMR)
Activities outlined in the CSEP are evaluated annually and published in Social Impact Management reports, which are published below.