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Moorebank Intermodal meeting Monday, February 1.

Liverpool Council has arranged for two buses to take residents from Wattle Grove, Moorebank and Casula to the Intermodal Planning and Assessment Commission meeting at Bankstown on Monday.

Two buses will pick Wattle Grove residents up at 9am at the Wattle Grove Shopping Centre, before they make their way to Moorebank Shopping Centre and Casula Mall.

The pick-up location at Casula Mall will be in front of Thaitanic restaurant. From here, both buses will then continue on to Bankstown Golf Club, 70 Ashford Avenue, Milperra for a 10am meeting start.

There will be one 25 seater bus and one 23 seater bus with wheelchair access.
Both buses will then leave Bankstown Golf Club at 12:30pm returning to drop residents back to Casula Mall,

Moorebank Shopping Centre and Wattle Grove Shopping Centre.

The bus will then return to Bankstown Club Golf and pick any remaining residents up at 4pm, to drop them back to these three locations.

In the case that the meeting continues on Tuesday, the same pick up locations will apply however the morning pick up time will be 8am.

Any questions, please contact Sheela Naidu at Liverpool Council on 9821 9242.

Update January 2016

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Public meetings announced to decide fate of Moorebank Intermodal Terminal

A date has been set down for Monday February 1 for residents to have their say against the State Government's decision to approve the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal.

The Independent Planning and Assessment Commission meeting will begin at 10am, Monday February 1 at Bankstown Golf Club, 70 Ashford Avenue, Milperra.
This is the same address as the previous meeting which was held to decide the Moorebank Recyclers Facility.

The PAC has confirmed that a second date of Tuesday February 2 at the same location will be held if there is enough community interest. This meeting will begin at 9am if required.

Representatives from Liverpool Council will be present to speak out against this development, and the detrimental impacts it will have on the community.

The PAC is an independent body tasked with the final decision making process as to whether this development will proceed or not.

It is in the process of sending letters and emails out to all residents, organisations and government agencies who made a submission on either application for the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal to inform them about the meeting.

Anyone wishing to speak must register their interest with the PAC prior to 1pm January 28 by phoning(02) 9383 2112 or emailing with your name and phone number.

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Channel 7 update on the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal.

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9 February 2015. File courtesy of ABC


Liverpool Council's No Intermodal Billboard being installed on Moorebank Avenue over the M5 Motorway.

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