The following are related websites, email addresses and documents to the North and Bibra Lakes and
"Roe Highway Stage 8"
In 2001-02 the state government and the Department of Planning and Infrastructure conducted a Freight Network Review, through this process, a 6 point plan to improve the efficiency of freight and car movements in the metro area, in lieu of Roe Hwy Stage 8, was adopted. This was also in recognition of the importance of North and Bibra Lakes by government, government departments, industry and the community.
Click here for the Six Point Plan
In 2003, the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) completed an assessment on the Roe Hwy Stage 8 through North and Bibra Lakes, it concluded that construction of the highway using any alignment would lead to the ecological values of the area as a whole being diminished, and that every effort should be made to avoid this.
PDF Document Link
The Cockburn Wetlands Centre is dedicated to wetlands, restoration activities, environmental education, youth services & facility hire. Many schools, Tafe Colleges, universities, Aboriginal study and tourism groups, community groups and the public use the centre and area extensively.
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CockburnCouncil is opposed to the construction of Roe Hwy Stage 8 through North and Bibra Lakes, the following link provides an example of their position on the issue:
Cockburn Council Position
PDF Document Link
Relevant email addresses:
Honourable Colin J Barnett MEc MLA
Premier; Minister for State Development; Science
1 Parliament Place
WEST PERTH WA 6005
Telephone: +61 8 6552-5000
Fax: (08) 6552-5001
North Lake Residents Association Inc
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