Stop the Western Harbour Tunnel - public meeting

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

Inner West Mayor Rochelle Porteous invites you to a public meeting


The Western Harbour Tunnel project is a disaster for the Inner West. It brings no benefits and significant negative impacts to our local area and we need to do all that we can to stop it.


Concerns about the Western Harbour Tunnel include:

  • Dredging contaminated sediment from the harbour floor which will pollute Dawn Fraser Baths and threaten Sydney Harbour’s marine life

  • Three unfiltered exhaust stacks linked to WestConnex and the Western Harbour Tunnel, with one located next door to Rozelle Primary School

  • Shallow tunnelling under highly valued heritage conservation areas

  • Closing Yurulbin Point in Birchgrove to the community for four-and-a-half years

We urgently need a comprehensive health study on the documented impacts of WestConnex and the predicted impacts of the Western Harbour Tunnel.


Please join us on online on Thursday 11 November at 6pm using this Microsoft Teams Live Event link to hear important information on the Western Harbour Tunnel and its likely impacts on our local area. Hear from specialist council staff and Ward Councillors. Find out what Council is doing and how you can help stop the Western Harbour Tunnel.


Guest speakers

  • Inner West Mayor Clr Rochelle Porteous
  • Ward Councillors
  • Specialist council staff


RSVP and questions

To ensure the smooth running of the event, we ask you to RSVP by completing the online form. You can also provide a question to be asked at the meeting. Please note we will not be able to send you a individual answer to your question.


Microsoft Teams information

You do not need to download the Windows app, you can watch on the web instead through your browser.

Use this link to read further information about Microsoft Teams Live Events system requirements and supported platforms


Accessibility

You can access closed captioning in English during info the session through the MS Teams Live Event platform. Use the CC button bottom right of your screen to turn it on and the settings button beside the CC to change the language. We will also record the session and post it on Council's You Tube channel and this page afterwards.


Translations

Closed captions are translated into six languages and are accessed through the MS Team Live Event platform.

  • Chinese Simplified
  • Chinese Traditional
  • Greek
  • Italian
  • Vietnamese


Enquiries

Questions about the MS Teams Live Event meeting? Contact Annie Coulthard, Engagement Coordinator on 9392 5328 annie.coulthard@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

Inner West Mayor Rochelle Porteous invites you to a public meeting


The Western Harbour Tunnel project is a disaster for the Inner West. It brings no benefits and significant negative impacts to our local area and we need to do all that we can to stop it.


Concerns about the Western Harbour Tunnel include:

  • Dredging contaminated sediment from the harbour floor which will pollute Dawn Fraser Baths and threaten Sydney Harbour’s marine life

  • Three unfiltered exhaust stacks linked to WestConnex and the Western Harbour Tunnel, with one located next door to Rozelle Primary School

  • Shallow tunnelling under highly valued heritage conservation areas

  • Closing Yurulbin Point in Birchgrove to the community for four-and-a-half years

We urgently need a comprehensive health study on the documented impacts of WestConnex and the predicted impacts of the Western Harbour Tunnel.


Please join us on online on Thursday 11 November at 6pm using this Microsoft Teams Live Event link to hear important information on the Western Harbour Tunnel and its likely impacts on our local area. Hear from specialist council staff and Ward Councillors. Find out what Council is doing and how you can help stop the Western Harbour Tunnel.


Guest speakers

  • Inner West Mayor Clr Rochelle Porteous
  • Ward Councillors
  • Specialist council staff


RSVP and questions

To ensure the smooth running of the event, we ask you to RSVP by completing the online form. You can also provide a question to be asked at the meeting. Please note we will not be able to send you a individual answer to your question.


Microsoft Teams information

You do not need to download the Windows app, you can watch on the web instead through your browser.

Use this link to read further information about Microsoft Teams Live Events system requirements and supported platforms


Accessibility

You can access closed captioning in English during info the session through the MS Teams Live Event platform. Use the CC button bottom right of your screen to turn it on and the settings button beside the CC to change the language. We will also record the session and post it on Council's You Tube channel and this page afterwards.


Translations

Closed captions are translated into six languages and are accessed through the MS Team Live Event platform.

  • Chinese Simplified
  • Chinese Traditional
  • Greek
  • Italian
  • Vietnamese


Enquiries

Questions about the MS Teams Live Event meeting? Contact Annie Coulthard, Engagement Coordinator on 9392 5328 annie.coulthard@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

Page last updated: 19 October 2021, 14:04