Biological impacts during construction and operation Section 39 of Proponents

Biological impacts during construction and operation

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8.2Biological impacts during construction and operationSection 3.9 of Proponents Guidelines for the Review of Environmental Factorsprovides further guidanceApplicable?*Likely impact(negligible, low, medium or high negative or positive;or N/A)Reasons(describe the type, nature and extent of the impact, the nature of the receiving environment and any proposed safeguards which will limit the impact)Safeguards/Mitigation Measures8. Is the activity likely to introduce noxious weeds, vermin, feral species or genetically modified organisms into an area? 9. Is the activity likely to affect critical habitat? 10. Is the activity consistentwith any applicable recovery plans or threat abatement plans? 11. Is the activity likely to affect any joint management agreement entered into under the TSC Act? * If yes, all columns need to be completed. If no, write ‘N/A’ in the second and third columns Page 17 of 32
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8.3Community impacts during construction and operationSection 3.10 of Proponents Guidelines for the Review of Environmental Factorsprovides further guidanceApplicable?*Likely impact(negligible, low, medium or high negative or positive;or N/A)Reasons(describe the type, nature and extent of the impact, the nature of the receiving environment and any proposed safeguards which will limit the impact)Safeguards/Mitigation Measures1. Is the activity likely to affect community services or infrastructure?2. Doesthe activity affect sites of importance to local or broader community for their recreational or other values or access to these sites?3. Is the activity likely to affect economic factors, including employment, industry and property value?4.Is the activity likely to have an impact on the safety of the community?5. Is the activity likely to cause a bushfire risk? 6. Will the activity affect thevisual or scenic landscape?This should include consideration of any permanent or temporary signage (eg. signs advertising an event and related sponsorship. 7. Is the activity likely to Page 18 of 32
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8.3 Community impacts during construction and operation Section 3.10 of Proponents Guidelines for the Review of Environmental Factors provides further guidance Applicable?* Likely impact (negligible, low, medium or high negative or positive; or N/A) Reasons (describe the type, nature and extent of the impact, the nature of the receiving environment and any proposed safeguards which will limit the impact) Safeguards/Mitigation Measures cause noise, pollution, visual impacts, loss of privacy, glare or overshadowing to members of the community, particularly adjoining landowners? * If yes, all columns need to be completed. If no, write ‘N/A’ in the second and third columns Page 19 of 32
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