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Other cultural heritage impacts during construction

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8.6Other cultural heritage impacts during construction or operationSection 3.13 of Proponents Guidelines for the Review of Environmental Factorsprovides further guidanceApplicable?*Likely impact(negligible/ maintenance, minor,major, contentious; or N/A)Reasons(describe the type, nature and extent of impact, taking into account the receiving environment & proposed safeguards which will limit the impact)Safeguards/Mitigation Measures1. What is the impact on places, buildings, landscapes or moveable heritage items?2. Is any vegetation of cultural landscape value likely to be affected (eg. gardens and settings, introduced exotic species, or evidence of broader remnant land uses)?*If yes, all columns need to be completed. If no, write ‘N/A’ in the second and third columns8.7Matters of national environmental significance under the EPBC ActSection 3.14 of Proponents Guidelines for the Review of Environmental Factorsprovides further guidance. Also refer to guidelines produced by the Commonwealth Departmentof Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and CommunitiesApplicable?*Impact level(negligible, low, medium or high; negative or positive;or N/A)Reasons(describe the type, nature and extent of impact, taking into account the receiving environment & proposed safeguards which will limit the impact)Safeguards/Mitigation Measures1. Is the proposal likely to impact on matters of national environmental significance under the EPBCAct, as follows: Listed threatened species or ecological communities Migratory species Page 25 of 32
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8.7 Matters of national environmental significance under the EPBC Act Section 3.14 of Proponents Guidelines for the Review of Environmental Factors provides further guidance. Also r efer to guidelines produced by the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities Applicable?* Impact level (negligible, low, medium or high; negative or positive; or N/A) Reasons (describe the type, nature and extent of impact, taking into account the receiving environment & proposed safeguards which will limit the impact) Safeguards/Mitigation Measures protected under international agreements Ramsar wetlands Commonwealth marine environment World heritage properties or national heritage places Note: referral to the Commonwealth may be required if the activity is likely to have a significant affect of matters of national environmental significance. Refer to the Significant Impact Guidelines at: Page 26 of 32
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