Moorebank Intermodal Company (MIC) is a wholly owned Australian Government entity established to facilitate the development of an intermodal terminal at Moorebank, a nationally significant infrastructure project that will help Sydney manage the expected growth in freight moving through the city.
The Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) has approved the early stages of the project.
Liverpool City Council did not approve the Moorebank Intermodal. Council will represent the interest of the Liverpool community by continuing to scrutinise the development and make representations to the NSW and Commonwealth Governments as the project progresses.
Council will act as a representative of the local community, with the interest of protecting the natural and built environment, and to promote a high quality of life for Liverpool residents, and make submissions wherever necessary to the State and Commonwealth Governments.
During the construction phases, there are likely to be some impacts on the local environment and community. For any general enquiries, contact SIMTA’s General Enquiries line 1800 986 465 or email: email@example.com.
You can report environmental incidents to the Department of Planning & Environment 1300 305 695 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When reporting an incident you should provide the following details:
- Details of your concern (including photos/video where applicable)
In case of an emergency, contact 000.
Further information on projects and assessments is available on the NSW Department of Planning and Environment's State Significant Projects page.
Key features of the Moorebank Precinct development can be obtained from the SIMTA website.