We have just launched the second phase of our Campbellfield virtual engagement program, with a focus on seeking community input into facility design concepts.
The two-week online event will provide the community with an update on the progress of our proposed Campbellfield resource renewal facility, seek further feedback regarding key environmental considerations, and invite input on three initial design concepts.
Programme Director Trevor Stolz said that the feedback Sims Resource Renewal has received from community and key stakeholder engagement to date has helped inform the three initial design concepts proposed for the facility at Campbellfield.
“The feedback we received demonstrates that there is a strong preference to see the facility design embrace sustainability and opportunities for community involvement,”
“With this in mind, we have developed three initial design concepts, each with a distinct theme – heritage, landscape and industrial. All concepts are quite unique from each other in their visual look and feel.
“This virtual event and additional engagement will provide the community with an opportunity to explore each of these initial design concepts and provide feedback that we will consider as we progress through the final design phase.
“We are also providing updated information on our environmental and planning assessment process and seeking feedback on our approach.
“We would like to thank everyone who has engaged with us so far. We look forward to continuing to work with stakeholders and the community as we shape this exciting project,”
Mr Stolz said.
In addition to the environmental benefits created through Sims Resource Renewal, the facility will create new jobs and industry development opportunities in Campbellfield and the surrounding area.