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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.