Category: Seaford

April 25, 2019 Peter No comments exist

We have recently put in an FOI submission to LXRP asking for the “diligent” environmental studies they claim to have done in regard to noise pollution, air pollution, migratory birds and light spill. They are building a large train stabling facility in Seaford which is near to residents (the closest being 170m away) and RAMSAR…

February 9, 2019 Moira Harbour No comments exist

Follow this link to find the agreements below http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/migratory-species/ (JAMBA) Japan has an agreement with Australia, Japan Australia Migratory Bird Agreement (JAMBA) to protect migratory birds The birds that Migrate between Japan to the ES Wetlands in danger of being impacted are the Sharp Tailed Sandpiper, Cattle Egret, Red Necked Stint, Curlew Sandpiper and Eastern…

February 7, 2019 Peter No comments exist

The labor state government has begun a business study on the extension of the Frankston line to Baxter. More details can be found on their page here; Premier’s Baxter extension business case The Labor Government has started work on the business case that will assess the costs and benefits of electrifying the line as well…

October 24, 2018 Moira Harbour No comments exist

Proposed Train Stabling in Seaford The facility will be running 22/7 with the noise of air compressed brakes as 24 trains are shunted around the facility to be parked, maintained or cleaned. It will be brightly lit all night. Light and noise will impact the health of residents in close proximity to the stabling yards….

October 24, 2018 Moira Harbour No comments exist

Did you know that the Proposed Train Stabling Facility in Seaford is only 870 metres from the wetlands which is listed in the Ramsar Convention. Birds migrate every year to these wetlands to reproduce. It is well documented that these birds are drawn to light ships and stadiums, as they migrate at night. This facility…

April 15, 2018 Moira Harbour 6 comments

Train Stabling Facility Information This facility is 75,000 square metres in area and will be operational 22 hours a day. Every time a train moves off the driver must sound the horn for safety reasons, it is designed to be alarming. It will house maintenance facilities, train washing machines plus stabling for 24 trains. It…

April 6, 2018 Moira Harbour No comments exist

Dear Minister I write today, to bring to your attention The Plight of the Migratory Birds flying to the Ramsar listed Edithvale Seaford (ES) Wetlands, in Australia. As you know Australia has an agreement with China (CAMBA) Japan (JAMBA) and Korea (ROKAMBA) to protect migratory birds. Australia is in danger of breaching those treaties. Camba…