Crushing of materials proposal for Bibra Lake

The City of Cockburn's response to WAMN News, 9 April about Brajkovich Landfill & Recycling Pty Ltd's Development Application to crush materials on site at its Barrington Street premises in Bibra Lake -


The City of Cockburn is currently assessing the application by Brajkovich Landfill and Recycling.
Once completed a comprehensive draft report will be presented to Council.
This report will assess the proposal under the City’s Planning Framework, advice provided by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) in relation to State Government air quality requirements, taking into consideration submissions received during the 35-day public advertising period and any updated information provided to the City by Brajkovich Landfill and Recycling.
The public advertising of this planning application by the City is not necessarily an endorsement of the proposal by the City, Elected Members or DWER.
Once Elected Members have been briefed on the draft report a final report will be published on the City’s website.
Elected Members are the determining authority on the application, with DWER acting as a key State Government referral agency.
City Officers are not yet in a position to provide specific details as this will be included in the final report to Elected Members at a future Ordinary Council Meeting, for their consideration. 

For more information contact

Media and Communications Officer
City of Cockburn

Email [email protected]

Phone 08 9411 3551

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