Barry Watson’s Submission to the ‘NELP Urban Design and Landscape Plan’. See:
Friends of Banyule submission to the ‘NELP Urban Design and Landscape Plan’. See:
Lazaros Zikou’s submission to the ‘NELP Urban Design and Landscape Plan’. See:
Stop North East Link Alliance submission to the ‘NELP Urban Design and Landscape Plan’ and the ‘City of Boroondara – Koonung Creek Reserve Draft Concept Design’. See:
Presentation to the Legislative Council committee inquiry into the 2022 flood events. See:
Commonwealth funding of the North East Link Project and the Infrastructure Investment Program Strategic Review. See: https://stopnortheastlink.net.au/commonwealth-funding-of-the-north-east-link-project-and-the-infrastructure-investment-program-strategic-review/.
Stop North East Link Alliance Submission to the Legislative Council Environment and Planning Committee Inquiry. into 2022 Flood Event. See: https://stopnortheastlink.net.au/stop-north-east-link-alliance-submission-to-the-legislative-council-environment-and-planning-committee-inquiry-into-2022-flood-event/.
Letter to the Federal Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government.
Stop North East Alliance has written to the Federal Minister for Infrastructure re funding for the North East Link. See:https://stopnortheastlink.net.au/federal-government-funding-for-ne-link-freeway-and-environmental-damage/.
NEL Tunnels Urban Design and Landscape Plan Submission, Barry Watson. See:
Submissions to the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Health Impacts of Air Pollution in Victoria.
The Stop North East Link Alliance of Community Groups and two participants in the Alliance campaign, Barry Watson and John Young, made submissions to the inquiry on air pollution by the Environment and Planning Committee of the Parliament. Click on these submissions below.
The inquiry is, inter alia, to consider and report on actions to minimise the health effects of air pollution, including ensuring that Victorian air quality continues to track towards meeting or exceeding current international best practice and is enforced.
The full terms of reference and all submissions to the inquiry may be read on the Victorian Parliament website at https://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/epc-lc/inquiry/994.
The Committee is due to report to the Victorian Parliament by October 28, 2021.
Stop North East Link Alliance of Community Groups. See:
Attachment 1: Air Quality Monitoring Report for GHD, North East Link Project.
Attachment 2: Extract from National Environment Protection Report on(Ambient Air Quality) Measure.
Attachment 3: Health Effects of Vehicle Related Air Traffic Pollution.
Attachment 4: Road death toll should include victims of vehicle emissions. Report by Nicole Hasham, environment and energy correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Attachment 5: Friends of the Earth UK
Attachment 6: Air Pollution in Melbourne’s Inner West, Inner West Air Quality Community Reference Group.
Attachment 7: Air Quality North East Link, Letter from Environment Protection Authority Victoria.
Attachment 8: Air Quality Measurements, Eastern Freeway.
The Lung Health Research Centre University of Melbourne.
Submissions to the Senate Inquiry into the Administration and Expenditure of Funding under the Urban Congestion Fund
A Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration is conducting an inquiry into administration and expenditure under the Urban Congestion Fund, including an examination of funding under the National Commuter Car Park Fund. The committee is scheduled to report to the Commonwealth Parliament by 2 December 2021.
This examination by the Committee follows a report by the Commonwealth Auditor-General in June 2021 which found, inter alia, that the approach to identifying and selecting commuter car park projects for funding commitments under the program was not appropriate.
The Stop North East Link Alliance has made two submissions to the inquiry, on 10 September and 15 October 2021. The submissions pay particular attention to the proposed funding of four commuter car parks in Glenferrie, Camberwell, Canterbury and Surrey Hills in the Division of Kooyong which were announced as “congestion busting” in May 2019 by local M.P., Josh Frydenberg.