Object to the Western Harbour & Warringah Freeway Upgrade EIS
We're all on the same team and we know the current tunnel plans don't make sense, won't solve congestion and aren't fair. It's all pain, no gain. If you want more sustainable transport options not toxic toll roads, if you are concerned about impacts on environment, climate, property, amenity and community make your voice heard and act today - it's quick, easy and every voice makes a real difference.
We can't do this without you.
Email for parents of Anzac Park Public
A tailored objection letter for the parents of children at Anzac Park school, including reference to specific impacts for the school.
Email for parents of Cammeray Public School
This tailored objection email has been written from the perspective of parents who have children at Cammeray Public School, mentioning specific impacts to the school area.
A tailored objection email for parents with children at North Sydney Demonstration school.
Email the Chief Scientist and Chief Health Officer
Our local sports fields have been targeted for construction - either on or next to them. Email you objection in just 30 seconds here...
If you prefer to pick up the phone to lodge your complaint, click below to see a list of relevant politicians and key industry bodies, along with phone numbers you can call.
We need your help to spread the word, so please share this site with your facebook network. The more complaints we can have lodged with the government, the better our chances of stopping the tunnels.
This email will be sent to:
Premier Gladys Berejiklian
Felicity Wilson MP
James Griffin MP
Mike Kean MP
Rob Stokes MP
Andrew Constance MP
While the formal consultation period has closed RMS is still accepting feedback by email so it will also be copied to the RMS. If you would like to post or send your own email please click below to see a copy of our template or you can use ours as is.
Many in the community have written to their Federal Representatives about these wasteful projects but our voices have not been heard. Click here to be part of a Federal Government Petition to ask the Federal Government not to fund these projects. The petition is in the format required for submission to Federal Parliament (Change .org petitions are not able to be submitted) .
If you only have time to do one thing this is the most important!
The Department of Planning and Environment require you to log in to their planning portal to submit an objection. This is the way the Department gathers community responses to the EIS. It is important that you mark your feedback as an objection or it will be discounted as a mere comment. As a community we need as many people as possible to submit their objections to ensure that our communities valid concerns are heard.
Once you have logged in you will be able to complete an online form which outlines the basis of your objection. If you are not sure what to say please see our form letter link below and feel free to copy and paste however it is important to also include personal content to explain how you, your family or community will be personally impacted. The form letter is there to help you and does not include any such as Stop the Tunnels - it will come from you. You can change any information on the letter and we recommend that you try to personalise it as much as possible.
Can't make a submission online? You can still send a physical copy of your submission to the Department of Planning by post or hand deliver it to one of the Department's offices.
Your submission must include:
1. Your name and address, at the top of the letter only;
2. The name of the application and the application number;
3. A statement on whether you support or object to the proposal;
4. The reasons why you support or object to the proposal; and
5. A declaration of any reportable political donations made in the previous two years.
6. Your submission must reach us before the close of the exhibition period and should be addressed to:
Planning Services, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
GPO Box 39
Sydney NSW 2001