The North West Rail Link has reached another planning milestone.
After extensive consultation with the community, the project team has responded to more than 300 submissions made as part of the second Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
A Submissions Report has been lodged with the Department of Planning and Infrastructure.
The second EIS was on public display late last year and included the design and operation of the rail link; commuter car parking; transport interchanges; and the precincts around the eight new rail stations.
Should you wish to discuss the impact of the North West Rail Link on your property/business, please contact North West Rail Link. Our office would be more than pleased to discuss with you how the rail link might affect the marketability of your property.