Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions for us, or if you want offer any assistance.
What can I do?
Now that the EIS submissions process is complete, we encourage everyone to get in touch with your local MP. It is their job to be open to your feedback and be there to represent you.
Some in the community have been sending a copy of their EIS submission to their MP, and unfortunately only getting a “form letter” in reply. We know in a few cases, James Griffin has sent people a copy of his 2 page EIS submission, without addressing people’s particular concerns.
We recommend that people send a copy of their EIS submission to their local MP, and request a meeting with them. If you are hesitant or not confident to go by yourself, why not get together with a couple of neighbours or friends and go together? Talk about your concerns with the tunnel project, and ask them how the state government will address these concerns.
It is critical that they know there are many people in the community who are concerned about the impacts of this project, and are willing to do something about it.
Get in touch with your local MP, and ask for a meeting to discuss your concerns (whilst remaining polite at all times):
James Griffin, Member for Manly – Ph: (02) 9976 2773 Email: email@example.com
Felicity Wilson, Member for North Shore – Ph: (02) 9909 2594 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brad Hazzard, Member for Wakehurst – Ph: (02) 9981 1111 Email: email@example.com
Rob Stokes, Member for Pittwater – Ph: (02) 9999 3599 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Federal member for Warringah, Zali Steggall is also supportive of the project (with a few additional protections and changes) – although it is not directly under her power as it is a state government project.
Ph: (02) 9977 6411 Email: Zali.Steggall.MP@aph.gov.au
If you want to know anything more about the Beaches Link Tunnel and how it could impact you, you can still contact Transport for NSW (TfNSW) – they are still there to answer questions from the community:
Ph: 1800 931 189