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Walla Walla Solar Farm referred to Independent Planning Panel

October 12, 2020

FRV has received advice from the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) that they have completed their assessment for the proposed 300MW Walla Walla Solar Farm and have recommended that the Project be approved.

The Project will now move to the next step of the State Significant Development assessment pathway and has been referred to the NSW Independent Planning Commission (IPC) for their final assessment.

Detailed information from DPIE can be found on their website:

In making this Referral, DPIE has acknowledged that it has considered both public submissions and the outcomes of consultations with residents, the Council and relevant Government agencies. Thank you to those that have taken the time to provide significant input to the Assessment process.

Please contact us if you would like further advice on the Project’s Approval recommendation or the Project’s current concept plans.

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