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Federal EPBC Compliance Reports and Offset Management Plans

Beechmont Road landslip repairs: Lower Beechmont—environmental information

Work on Beechmont Road sometimes requires the removal of some vegetation. Work to repair the section between Tarlington Road and Mirani Street in 2012-13 included removing 23 mature and 6 seedling Queensland nut (Macadamia integrifolia). Wild M.integrifolia are listed as vulnerable under the federal Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. To help mitigate the effects of removing this protected vegetation, the Department of Defence provided a suitable site for translocation and management of the impacted plants.

The translocation plan is available for information.

2018 compliance report 

2017 compliance report

2016 compliance report

2015 compliance report

2014 compliance report

2013 compliance report

Smith Street Motorway and Olsen Avenue interchange upgrade—environmental information

This project was assessed as a 'controlled action' under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The Department of Transport and Main Roads is required to prepare an annual compliance report every 12 month anniversary of the commencement of the action. These documents provide detail as to the actions undertaken by the department in meeting that compliance.

2021 compliance report

As we have completed and complied with all environmental conditions under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Permit 2012/6423 in 2020, the 2020 compliance report is still relevant. No further compliance reports are required or will be created.

    2020 compliance report

    2019 compliance report

    2018 compliance report

    2017 compliance report

    2016 compliance report

    2015 compliance report

    2014 compliance report

    For more details on the department's environmental management strategies for this project, view the current Offset Management Plan:

    Toowoomba Bypass: Annual Compliance Report

    The Toowoomba Bypass (known during construction as the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project) opened in September 2019. It is a 41km bypass to the north of Toowoomba in inland southern Queensland. 

    The annual compliance report is prepared in accordance with approval condition 10 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) referral determination (EPBC 2003/1143) for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing. The report outlines the currently employed measures and evidence to demonstrate compliance with each of the referral determination conditions.

    2021 compliance report

    2020 compliance report

    Last updated
    27 April 2022