Resources for the community
Still have questions about the Dubbo Project or any of ASM’s other activities? Below are some avenues for contacting ASM.
If you are calling for business purposes please call between 9 am – 5 pm Monday to Friday on (02) 6882 2866.
Community Consultative Committee
The Dubbo Project Community Consultative Committee (CCC) facilitates communications about mine operations and environmental performance, providing a forum for open discussion between mining companies and the community. It comprises an independent chairperson, along with representatives of the local community, local council and ASM.
|Role||Name||Phone Number||Email Address|
|Independent Chair Person||Mr Michael Silver OAM||0427 723 email@example.com|
|General Manager NSW||Mike Sutherland||02 6882 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Managing Director||David Woodall||08 9200 email@example.com|
|Dubbo Regional Council Representative||Kevin Parker||02 6801 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Aboriginal Community Representative||Vacant|
|Community Representative||Janice Hosking||02 6887 email@example.com|
|Community Representative||Manny Portelli||0427 483 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Nominations are invited and will be received up to 4.00 pm on Friday 13 November 2020 from community members, within the Dubbo-Toongi area, for appointment of three community representatives to fill the casual vacancies on the CCC as shown above.
We are looking for a mix of people who live locally or are members of a stakeholder group (community, environment, Aboriginal or industry) to join the Community Consultative Committee. Your role as a committee member is voluntary. Appointments to the committee will be determined by the Secretary, NSW Department of Industry, Planning and Environment.
The Dubbo Project Community Consultative Committee comprises seven members – five community members, a representative of Dubbo City Council and representatives of the proponent. The committee provides a forum for open dialogue between the proponent and representatives of the local community, stakeholder groups and local council on issues related to the project.
As a committee member you will be expected to contribute constructively to committee discussions, attend around four meetings a year, and communicate information about the Dubbo Project from the committee to the broader community.
For more information about the Community Consultative Committee process or to download a copy of the nomination form, please visit: https://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/communityconsultativecommittees.