Publication of the Light to Light Walk journal of environmental factors



The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has released the Environmental Factors Review for the proposed Light to Light Walk upgrade and is seeking community feedback.

NPWS Director Kane Weeks said the document, including a biodiversity assessment report, monitoring scoping report and preliminary designs, will be on public display from September 15 to October 15, 2021.

“The project is moving forward and we are now at the point where we are seeking feedback on what the walk might look like for visitors,” Weeks said.

“The Environmental Considerations Review (REF) covers how the project proposes to modernize and realign sections of the current trail, build new sections of walking trail and provide refuges and walk-in camping options. -you.

“This is an important opportunity for the NPWS to capture the wide range of perspectives of the community and ensure they are taken into account when finalizing plans.

“We call on people to review the documents and record their thoughts, comments and suggestions.

“There is no local precedent for this type of project, we are talking about creating an exciting new signature attraction on the far south of the coast that will provide a multi-day experience for visitors.

“In order to fully capture everyone’s comments, we ask them to submit their response through the official channels set out on the Light to Light website.

“The REF will also be discussed at the first Light to Light Walk Stakeholder Reference Group meeting later this month,” Weeks said.

At the end of the public exhibition period on October 15, 2021, all submissions will be reviewed and a report will be provided to the determining authority.

For more details on how to make a submission, go to Light to Light Walk Environmental Factors Screening: Public Consultation.

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