Development of new Bankstown City Campus of Western Sydney University, Bankstown, NSW
Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Assessment – Community consultation Stage 1
Western Sydney University (WSU) (the Proponent) is proposing to undertake a development for the construction of the new Bankstown City Campus at 74 Rickard Rd, Bankstown, NSW (hereafter referred as the Subject Area). The Proponent is undertaking an Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Assessment (ACHA) to inform the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to support the State Significant Development Application (SSDA).
The proponent can be contacted directly via:
Estate Master Planning and Strategy
Office of Estate and Commercial
Western Sydney University
Locked Bag 1797 Penrith NSW 2751
In accordance with Section 4.1.3 of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Consultation Requirements for Proponents (DECCW, 2010) and Clause 80C of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Regulation 2009, the Proponent is seeking the registration of Aboriginal persons or groups who may hold cultural knowledge relevant to determining the significance of Aboriginal object(s) and/or place(s) that may be present in the Subject Area.
The purpose of community consultation with Aboriginal people is to assist the Proponent in the preparation of the ACHA and the assessment of the cultural heritage significance of the Subject Area.
Please register your interest in writing to the contact details provided below by 5.00pm April 2019.
Urbis Pty Ltd
123 Pitt Street
Sydney, 2000 NSW
Mobile: 0499 986...
Please be advised that the Proponent is required to forward the names of Aboriginal persons and groups who register an interest to the Office of Environment and Heritage and the Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council; unless the person or group specifies that they do not want their details released.