The Arm End and South Arm Pipeline projects are progressing very well. A project of this significance, requiring around $10 million to complete, takes time to finalise and fully develop. The water solution took some four years work through the approvals phase.
- The Arm End Public Recreation Reserve and Public Golf Course is on track to be completed and opened in 2022.
- Arm End has mowed the layout for the world class public golf course.
- We have erected a site office and adjoining sheds to continue the weed eradication and rehabilitation programs
- In consultation with Birds Tasmania, we have identified the Spit area to be set aside for a fenced-off bird sanctuary.
- Test drilling at Halfmoon Bay was completed in December 2019 and work has begun at Arm End, although progress has been impacted by COVID19 regulations.
With permit approvals successfully achieved, there are logical and appropriate conditions for both the Arm End and South Arm Pipeline projects.
We have ongoing discussions with all the regulators – Tasmanian Government, Clarence and Kingborough City Councils and Parks and Wildlife Service – to ensure all conditions are met.
We are committed to getting it right – for the sake of the projects, the environment and the community. As always, the community is invited to contact us directly for current information and updates.
Craig Ferguson, Project Manager – 0409 222 858; email@example.com