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   Jun 13

Supercars to develop new heritage plan in Newcastlepoll

BILL: Getting started.THE Berejiklian government will seek to pass legislation allowing a “streamlined authorisation and approval process” for the Supercars race in Newcastle this November.
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On Tuesday, Minister for Tourism Adam Marshall introduced a bill into Parliament that effectively allows the Supercars race set to shift from Sydney Olympic Park to Newcastle.

Mr Marshall said the bill also includes the same “commonsense provisions” previously in place when the race was held in Homebush whichprovided“certainty”and allowed the race operators to make “significant improvements to roads and service infrastructure” before the race in November.

Mr Marshall sought to temper concerns about the race, assuring residents that pre-race work cannot begin until Destination NSW is “satisfied that the race promoter has complied with statutory requirements to consult with stakeholders” including Newcastle City Council and “any other public or local authorities prescribed by regulation to ensure specific issues are addressed”.

Vehicle access would be restricted for five days –including the three on which the event is held –from 7am to 7pm, but Mr Marshall said pedestrian access “for residents and businesses” will be maintained at “all times”.

“Any suggestion that the public will be prevented from accessing Newcastle’s finest beaches and public areas is not correct and couldn’t be further from the truth,” he said.

While the act means Supercars was not subject to some acts Mr Marshall said Supercars would work with Newcastle City Council to developa Heritage Impact Statement.

He also revealed the circuit would provide “a valuable commodity of 215 additional car parking spaces” including18 in Newcastle East, although he did not say where.

And,while some “trees and shrubs” will be removed, the plan was to develop a “tree planting program” that would deliver a “usable canopy more than three times what is currently in place”.

Newcastle MP Tim Crakanthorp called the bill a “missed opportunity” to provide genuine consultation with the community, saying he wanted the government to install an independent body to overseeplanning.

“We need an independent organisation that will do all the work in consultation with the government agencies and also with the residents,” he said.

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