Airly Extension

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Centennial is proposing to extend mining operations into the eastern section of its existing Mining Lease while also seeking to renew its current planning consent.  Using underground mining techniques it is proposed Airly continue to extract up to 1.8 million tonnes annually using the currently approved operations, facilities and infrastructure.

If approval is granted by the Department of Planning and Environment, Airly will optimise the recovery of coal while concurrently minimising any potential environmental impacts and, in turn, support employment of a future workforce of up to 155 (135 employees and 20 contractors) while also potentilaly directly injecting approximately $551 million into the local, state, regional and national economies for the 25 year life of the Project.

It is anticipated the Department of Planning and Environment's assessment process will be finalised during 2015.

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Enquiries

Enquiry and contact details for Airly Extension Project:

Airly Mine
Airly Community Information Hotline: (02) 6359 2100
Email: info.airly@centennialcoal.com.au
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Community Consultation

Consulting with our communities and keeping them informed of developments at the mine is an important component of our community engagement program. We aim to provide updated project information to our local communities in a variety of ways, which may include:

  • Community Consultative Committees;
  • community information sessions and open days;
  • face-to-face door knocks;
  • regular advertisements in local newspapers;
  • newsletters; and
  • letter box drops.

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Planning Design and Approvals

The following document(s) relate to the project's approvals and mine design plans.


Project Briefing Paper

A Project Briefing Paper is an overview of the proposed project. It is submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure (DoP&I). The DoP&I uses the information presented in the Project Briefing Paper to determine what information must be included in the Environmental Impact Statement.

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