The NSW Upper House is holding an inquiry into the “impact of the WestConnex Project”.
The committee will examine a range of issues including the cost of the project, its governance structures, the compulsory acquisition of properties as part of the development, and the project’s relationship with other road projects in Sydney.
Committee Chair Fred Nile said:
‘The NSW Government has invested significant funds in the WestConnex project. This inquiry will investigate the adequacy of the WestConnex business case and the project’s costs, particularly whether this project represents a good investment for New South Wales taxpayers “
Submissions to the inquiry are open until 31 August 2018. You can make a submission here.
You are encouraged to tell the inquiry how the WestConnex project has affected you. Submissions detailing your own personal experiences are informative, relevant and potentially very compelling evidence.
The full terms of reference are here.