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Alcoa wants to hear your views on the draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold land

Following comprehensive consultation regarding its draft Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan last year, Alcoa of Australia is now inviting the community to provide feedback on a draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold landholdings in Anglesea.

The draft plan, produced for community feedback, proposes possible future land uses for four areas of freehold land Alcoa owns including at the former power station site, within the former mine, and adjacent to the Anglesea township.

The draft plan also incorporates potential changes to the existing land tenure arrangements consistent with the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan to facilitate the realisation of proposed land use directions.

The integrated plan recognises the role Alcoa’s land could play in:

  • connecting people to Anglesea’s valued landscapes;
  • creating a new tourism destination for Anglesea and the Great Ocean Road; and
  • creating economic opportunities for Anglesea and the wider region.

Download the draft Concept Master Plan here

Share Your Views

Alcoa welcomes your feedback about the draft plan to then help inform Alcoa’s submission to the Anglesea Futures land planning process.

Alcoa is hosting drop-in sessions for the community to view the plan and speak to Alcoa and its master planning consultants on:

Sunday 11 February, 12noon to 3:00pm, Anglesea Memorial Hall

Monday 12 February, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, Anglesea Memorial Hall

Thursday 15 February, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, outside the Anglesea IGA

Community members are also encouraged to submit feedback via our online survey or via email to angleseaps@alcoa.com.au.

This consultation will close on the 6th of March 2018.

Please note Alcoa's consultation period has been extended from the original date of 20 February 2018 in line with the extension of the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan consultation until 16 March 2018.

Following comprehensive consultation regarding its draft Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan last year, Alcoa of Australia is now inviting the community to provide feedback on a draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold landholdings in Anglesea.

The draft plan, produced for community feedback, proposes possible future land uses for four areas of freehold land Alcoa owns including at the former power station site, within the former mine, and adjacent to the Anglesea township.

The draft plan also incorporates potential changes to the existing land tenure arrangements consistent with the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan to facilitate the realisation of proposed land use directions.

The integrated plan recognises the role Alcoa’s land could play in:

  • connecting people to Anglesea’s valued landscapes;
  • creating a new tourism destination for Anglesea and the Great Ocean Road; and
  • creating economic opportunities for Anglesea and the wider region.

Download the draft Concept Master Plan here

Share Your Views

Alcoa welcomes your feedback about the draft plan to then help inform Alcoa’s submission to the Anglesea Futures land planning process.

Alcoa is hosting drop-in sessions for the community to view the plan and speak to Alcoa and its master planning consultants on:

Sunday 11 February, 12noon to 3:00pm, Anglesea Memorial Hall

Monday 12 February, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, Anglesea Memorial Hall

Thursday 15 February, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, outside the Anglesea IGA

Community members are also encouraged to submit feedback via our online survey or via email to angleseaps@alcoa.com.au.

This consultation will close on the 6th of March 2018.

Please note Alcoa's consultation period has been extended from the original date of 20 February 2018 in line with the extension of the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan consultation until 16 March 2018.

  • Consultation Open: Share your Views on the Draft Concept Master Plan for Alcoa's Freehold Land

    23 days ago

    Alcoa has released a draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold land in Anglesea and is seeking community feedback.

    Following comprehensive consultation regarding its draft Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan last year, Alcoa of Australia is now inviting the community to provide feedback on a draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold landholdings in Anglesea.

    The draft plan also incorporates potential changes to the existing land tenure arrangements, consistent with the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan, to enable the proposed land use directions.

    The draft plan also incorporates potential changes to the existing land tenure arrangements consistent with the...

    Alcoa has released a draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold land in Anglesea and is seeking community feedback.

    Following comprehensive consultation regarding its draft Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan last year, Alcoa of Australia is now inviting the community to provide feedback on a draft Concept Master Plan for its freehold landholdings in Anglesea.

    The draft plan also incorporates potential changes to the existing land tenure arrangements, consistent with the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan, to enable the proposed land use directions.

    The draft plan also incorporates potential changes to the existing land tenure arrangements consistent with the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan, to facilitate the realisation of the proposed land use directions.

    The integrated plan recognises the role Alcoa’s land could play in:

    • connecting people to Anglesea’s valued landscapes;
    • creating a new tourism destination for Anglesea and the Great Ocean Road; and
    • creating economic opportunities for Anglesea and the wider region.

    The draft plan proposes a potential major eco-tourism facility, accommodation and community facilities, through to the conservation and enhancement of high value native flora, and the ability to facilitate the delivery of sustainable residential housing and tourism accommodation.

    Alcoa Site Asset Manager Warren Sharp said more than two years of community and stakeholder consultation had preceded the release of the plan.

    “The draft Concept Master Plan is informed by a range of inputs including broad community consultation, consideration of the site’s natural attributes and histories, future economic opportunities for Anglesea and the wider region, and key planning documents including the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan and the Anglesea Structure Plan.

    “The draft plan provides an approach that is sensitive to the future environmental and economic needs of Anglesea through providing opportunities for people to be connected to the valued environmental assets on our doorstep.”

    Mr Sharp said when considered alongside the aspirations in the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan released recently by the Victorian Government Department Environment Land Water Planning, Alcoa’s landholdings had the opportunity to deliver widespread benefits for the Anglesea community and the wider region.

    Community feedback on the draft plan to inform Alcoa’s submission to the Anglesea Futures land planning process, is welcome.

    Share Your Views

    Attend a drop-in session

    Alcoa is hosting drop-in sessions for the community to view the plan and speak to Alcoa and its master planning consultants on:

    Sunday 11 February, 12noon to 3:00pm, Anglesea Memorial Hall

    Monday 12 February, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, Anglesea Memorial Hall

    Thursday 15 February, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, outside the Anglesea IGA

    Complete the survey

    After reviewing the plan, please complete our online survey.

    The consultation period concludes on 6 March 2018 to allow time for Alcoa to consider feedback and update the draft plan prior to making its submission to DELWP's Anglesea Futures process.

    Please note Alcoa's consultation period has been extended from the original date of 20 February 2018 in line with the extension of the Anglesea Futures Draft Land Use Plan consultation until 16 March 2018.


  • What we heard about the Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan

    6 months ago

    Alcoa is pleased to provide a summary of the feedback received about the Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan.

    In June 2017 Alcoa undertook phase three of its community engagement program to seek feedback from the Anglesea community and key stakeholders on the plan ahead of its submission to the State Government for approval.

    The Community Engagement Report outlines the feedback received by Alcoa during the engagement period.

    The release of the plan for community feedback was part of Alcoa's three-phase community engagement program that commenced formally in March 2016 inclusive of a range of engagement activities and communication, in...

    Alcoa is pleased to provide a summary of the feedback received about the Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan.

    In June 2017 Alcoa undertook phase three of its community engagement program to seek feedback from the Anglesea community and key stakeholders on the plan ahead of its submission to the State Government for approval.

    The Community Engagement Report outlines the feedback received by Alcoa during the engagement period.

    The release of the plan for community feedback was part of Alcoa's three-phase community engagement program that commenced formally in March 2016 inclusive of a range of engagement activities and communication, in addition to the ongoing Alcoa Community Consultation Network.

    Considerate of the feedback received Alcoa is now looking to finalise the plan ahead of its submission to the regulator, the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources - Earth Resources Regulation.

    It is expected that Alcoa will release the a draft Master Plan for power station freehold land late in 2017, for community consultation. In line with previous phases of engagement, a range of activities will be scheduled to ensure the community and key stakeholders can review the draft plan and have the opportunity to provide further feedback and input.
  • Consultation Open: Share Your Views on the Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Alcoa has released the Anglesea Mine Closure and Rehabilitation Plan and is seeking community feedback prior to its submission to Government.

    The Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation & Closure Plan details the rehabilitation and the future land form of the area disturbed by mining. The area is predominantly leased land.

    You can view the plan here.

    Features include a large water body, extensive rehabilitated areas, and proposed areas and access for future alternative uses.

    The Plan is underpinned by key geotechnical, hydrological and vegetation technical studies undertaken by experienced consultants and independently peer reviewed where appropriate. The Plan also considers the...

    Alcoa has released the Anglesea Mine Closure and Rehabilitation Plan and is seeking community feedback prior to its submission to Government.

    The Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation & Closure Plan details the rehabilitation and the future land form of the area disturbed by mining. The area is predominantly leased land.

    You can view the plan here.

    Features include a large water body, extensive rehabilitated areas, and proposed areas and access for future alternative uses.

    The Plan is underpinned by key geotechnical, hydrological and vegetation technical studies undertaken by experienced consultants and independently peer reviewed where appropriate. The Plan also considers the five guiding principles developed during Alcoa’s broad community consultation in 2016, and reflective of the community’s aspirations for the site:

    · Provides a safe and stable landform for future uses

    · Values and complements the natural environment

    · Supports a diverse range of future uses and outcomes

    · Honours the various cultural and heritage values of the area

    · Complements the future of the Anglesea Region

    It is envisaged rehabilitation will be managed by Alcoa over approximately the next ten years.

    Share Your Views

    Alcoa welcomes feedback on the plan ahead of its submission to the regulator. Alcoa is hosting a number of events and activities to receive community feedback.

    The community is invited to attend a ‘Drop In Session’ to view the plan and speak to Alcoa. The sessions are being held at the Anglesea Senior Citizens Club McMillan Street, Anglesea on Sunday 11 June, 10am to 1pm; Wednesday 14 June, 4pm to 7pm; and Monday 19 June, 4pm to 7pm.

    Community members are also encouraged to submit feedback online via this website or via email on angleseaps@alcoa.com.au.

    The consultation period concludes on Sunday 25 June.

  • The Mine Rehabilitation & Closure Plan will be released for community consultation on Sunday 11th June 2017.

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    The community is invited to participate in a range of activities to share their views on the Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan, as part of Alcoa's ongoing engagement with the community.

    COME ALONG TO A ‘DROP IN’ SESSION TO VIEW THE PLAN AND SHARE YOUR VIEWS

    Sunday 11th June, 10am to 1pm
    Wednesday 14th June, 4pm to 7pm
    Monday 19th June, 4pm to 7pm

    Venue: Anglesea Senior Citizens Club, McMillan Street, Anglesea

    DOWNLOAD THE PLAN AND COMPLETE THE SURVEY (FROM 11TH JUNE)

    Visit engage-anglesea.alcoa.com.au

    SEND ALCOA YOUR FEEDBACK

    Email angleseaps@alcoa.com.au or post to: Alcoa of Australia, Camp Road, Anglesea,...

    The community is invited to participate in a range of activities to share their views on the Anglesea Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Plan, as part of Alcoa's ongoing engagement with the community.

    COME ALONG TO A ‘DROP IN’ SESSION TO VIEW THE PLAN AND SHARE YOUR VIEWS

    Sunday 11th June, 10am to 1pm
    Wednesday 14th June, 4pm to 7pm
    Monday 19th June, 4pm to 7pm

    Venue: Anglesea Senior Citizens Club, McMillan Street, Anglesea

    DOWNLOAD THE PLAN AND COMPLETE THE SURVEY (FROM 11TH JUNE)

    Visit engage-anglesea.alcoa.com.au

    SEND ALCOA YOUR FEEDBACK

    Email angleseaps@alcoa.com.au or post to: Alcoa of Australia, Camp Road, Anglesea, VIC 3230

  • Alcoa publishes Guiding Principles for future land use planing

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Alcoa is pleased to present the final expanded Guiding Principles for future land use planning at Alcoa’s Anglesea Power Station and Mine Site, that were developed in consultation with the Anglesea community.

    These Guiding Principles have been created to help inform the development of the revised Mine Closure Plan and draft Masterplan for power station freehold land.

    The final report can be found here.

    Alcoa would like to thank all those who provided feedback during both Phase One and Two.

    It is expected that Alcoa will release the draft revised Mine Closure Plan early in 2017, and the draft Masterplan for power station freehold land late in 2017, for community consultation. A range of activities will be scheduled to ensure the community and key stakeholders can review the draft plans and have the opportunity to provide further feedback and input.

    Alcoa is pleased to present the final expanded Guiding Principles for future land use planning at Alcoa’s Anglesea Power Station and Mine Site, that were developed in consultation with the Anglesea community.

    These Guiding Principles have been created to help inform the development of the revised Mine Closure Plan and draft Masterplan for power station freehold land.

    The final report can be found here.

    Alcoa would like to thank all those who provided feedback during both Phase One and Two.

    It is expected that Alcoa will release the draft revised Mine Closure Plan early in 2017, and the draft Masterplan for power station freehold land late in 2017, for community consultation. A range of activities will be scheduled to ensure the community and key stakeholders can review the draft plans and have the opportunity to provide further feedback and input.

  • What we heard about the expanded Guiding Principles

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process was focused on testing the expanded Guiding Principles developed in Phase One, to ensure they accurately captured the community’s aspirations for the future use of the site.

    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process closed on 26th August and a summary of the feedback received can be accessed here.

    Alcoa will publish the final expanded Guiding Principles in September 2016.

    Alcoa thanks all those who have participated in Phase Two.


    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process was focused on testing the expanded Guiding Principles developed in Phase One, to ensure they accurately captured the community’s aspirations for the future use of the site.

    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process closed on 26th August and a summary of the feedback received can be accessed here.

    Alcoa will publish the final expanded Guiding Principles in September 2016.

    Alcoa thanks all those who have participated in Phase Two.


  • Alcoa to publish Guiding Principles in September

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process has now closed.

    During Phase Two, Alcoa invited the community to consider and deliver feedback on the expanded Guiding Principles, developed from feedback received from the community during Phase One.

    Considerate of the feedback received during Phase Two, Alcoa will review the expanded Guiding Principles and publish a final version in September.

    Thank you to all those who participated in the process.

    The Guiding Principles will help inform the development of the Mine Closure Plan and draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land.

    The draft Revised Mine Closure Plan is expected to be released for community consultation in February 2017 and the draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land is expected to be released for community consultation in late 2017.


    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process has now closed.

    During Phase Two, Alcoa invited the community to consider and deliver feedback on the expanded Guiding Principles, developed from feedback received from the community during Phase One.

    Considerate of the feedback received during Phase Two, Alcoa will review the expanded Guiding Principles and publish a final version in September.

    Thank you to all those who participated in the process.

    The Guiding Principles will help inform the development of the Mine Closure Plan and draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land.

    The draft Revised Mine Closure Plan is expected to be released for community consultation in February 2017 and the draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land is expected to be released for community consultation in late 2017.


  • Alcoa welcomes your feedback on the expanded Guiding Principles

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process has now opened.

    Alcoa is inviting the community to consider and deliver feedback on the expanded Guiding Principles, developed from feedback received from the community during Phase One.

    The Guiding Principles will help inform the development of the Mine Closure Plan and draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land.

    You can download a copy of the Phase One Community Engagement Report here which contains the expanded Guiding Principles

    You can provide feedback through our discussion forum, by submitting a brainstormer idea or via email at angleseaps@alcoa.com.au

    Phase Two will close on Friday 26 August 2016.


    Phase Two of Alcoa’s community engagement process has now opened.

    Alcoa is inviting the community to consider and deliver feedback on the expanded Guiding Principles, developed from feedback received from the community during Phase One.

    The Guiding Principles will help inform the development of the Mine Closure Plan and draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land.

    You can download a copy of the Phase One Community Engagement Report here which contains the expanded Guiding Principles

    You can provide feedback through our discussion forum, by submitting a brainstormer idea or via email at angleseaps@alcoa.com.au

    Phase Two will close on Friday 26 August 2016.


  • More than 175 ideas have been shared in Alcoa's community consultation into the future of the Anglesea mine and power station site.

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    The community's feedback was centred around five draft guiding principles which will be used to inform the development of the Revised Mine Closure Plan, and a Draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land.

    Alcoa is now reviewing all of the feedback received to date and will publish the Phase One Community Engagement Report in August.

    A Community Workshop will be held on Monday 8 August at the Anglesea Senior Citizens Club at 6pm to discuss the report and seek further community input. An online discussion forum will also be open during August.

    Alcoa thanks all those who have participated in this process to date.

    The community's feedback was centred around five draft guiding principles which will be used to inform the development of the Revised Mine Closure Plan, and a Draft Master Plan for the power station freehold land.

    Alcoa is now reviewing all of the feedback received to date and will publish the Phase One Community Engagement Report in August.

    A Community Workshop will be held on Monday 8 August at the Anglesea Senior Citizens Club at 6pm to discuss the report and seek further community input. An online discussion forum will also be open during August.

    Alcoa thanks all those who have participated in this process to date.

  • What we have heard so far

    4 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Thank you to everyone who has participated in our community engagement program so far. Summaries of feedback received at our engagement activities are now available.


    Thank you to everyone who has participated in our community engagement program so far. Summaries of feedback received at our engagement activities are now available.


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