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Over the past six years, Intrapac Property (the developer of Noonamah Ridge) has completed detailed studies to support the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). They have also undertaken extensive community consultation and prepared a draft rezoning application which was exhibited in 2016.
On October 16, 2017 the Northern Territory’s Environment Protection Authority (EPA) issued the findings of the environmental assessment (EIA), which included recommendations to achieve environmental sustainability, and the protection of areas of biodiversity significance.
Following the EIA, Intrapac Property has undertaken further detailed environmental work, including water monitoring and vulnerable species assessment, and prepared a revised Rezoning Application. The revised application reflects community needs and aspirations for the rural area, delivering a new rural village,
surrounded by a range of Rural Residential, Rural Living and Rural properties. A Specific Use Zone has been proposed to ensure compliance with the EIA recommendations.
The rezoning application has now been placed on exhibition, and is open for public comment between Friday 14 June 2019 closing Friday 12 July 2019.
The next stage of the project will see the completion of further detailed specialist studies, and the preparation of master plan for the development, along with the first stage subdivision application. This work will reflect the outcomes of the EIA, and the requirements of the Specific Use Zone, as well as supporting community
expectations for the rural area.
Once approved, the project will be built over a period of 30 years and provide up to 4200 rural and lifestyle lots, a new local town centre and associated services and infrastructure.
To read the assessment report and associated information please see the NTEPA website. To view the rezoning application please see the DIPL website.