Locals left feeling short changed with inadequate consultation

Rebecca Nadge
December 14 2023 - 6:45am
Cassilis resident, Shelley Piper, and her son, Owen, 6, on the bridge into the village, which has no pedestrian lane but will form the main traffic route during the project construction phase. Picture by Rebecca Nadge.
Cassilis resident, Shelley Piper, and her son, Owen, 6, on the bridge into the village, which has no pedestrian lane but will form the main traffic route during the project construction phase. Picture by Rebecca Nadge.

Community members in the Upper Hunter village of Cassilis are concerned the cumulative impact of proposed renewable energy projects have not been properly considered and say their voices have not been heard due to poor consultation processes.

Rebecca Nadge

Rebecca Nadge

Livestock editor

Bec is livestock editor for The Land. She has previously worked for Stock & Land in Victoria, the ABC in Kununurra, and newspapers in Kalgoorlie and New Zealand. Contact her at bec.nadge@theland.com.au

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