ENGAGING WITH THE COMMUNITY
Elecnor Australia is committed to involving the local and regional community, including government and businesses, as planning for the project progresses. Interested community members and stakeholders will have a number of opportunities to become involved in the project, including providing feedback and suggestions for the project team to consider in the project’s development.
The project team will ensure that the community is kept up-to-date throughout the project and will provide advance notice of any investigation or work underway on or near the project site.
Latest News – February 2015
Community Information Session
The project team will hold a community information session in Barcaldine on Tuesday 10 March 2015 at 5.30pm at the following location:
Barcaldine Town Hall, 71 Ash Street, Barcaldine
A presentation will take place and you will also be able to meet the project team, discuss the planning underway at the moment, the project’s next steps and ask any questions that you may have.
Additional community information sessions will be held in Barcaldine as the project progresses. These sessions will be advertised in local media, public displays and on this website.
Community members can also register with the project team to receive regular news and project updates. To attend the event, contact Leona Luke (Communications and Community Engagement Manager) using the contact details below.
The Barcaldine Solar Farm Project welcomes your involvement.
To help us better understand your issues or concerns, to share your views and to learn more about the project, we encourage you to attend the following display held on Wednesday 11 March at 9.00am at the following location:
Barcaldine IGA, 179 Oak Street Barcaldine 4725
Our team of technical experts will be on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
A project fact sheet and other project information is also available at the front foyer at Barcaldine Shire Council. Please feel free to visit council’s office at 71 Ash Street Barcaldine to collect an information pack.