Negotiation is continuing between Wollondilly Council with their Barrister and the Developers legal team over many questions about the development. The developer has conceded that it is Designated Development and that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will be required.
Arguments are continuing on the level of detail required in the EIS. When the EIS is completed it will go on public exhibition and comments will be accepted. During the previous public comment period Council received over 160 comments.
When the public exhibition opens then some members of the Bargo Progress Association will examine the documentation and report to a meeting. From that further action will be decided. This could be anywhere from a month to a year.