On the recent release of both Selwyn and ECan councils s42a officer reports, Fulton Hogan South Island General Manager Craig Stewart says “I am very confident that any technical concerns raised around traffic, hours of operation and dust can be addressed to the satisfaction of the community and the decision makers.”
Fulton Hogan have been meeting with key submitters on the Roydon Quarry proposal to listen to their concerns and discuss how these concerns are being addressed.
“All throughout this process, we have been very open and transparent about what we are doing and are constantly talking to those making submissions.”
“This week the independent hearing panel members are visiting our existing operations to see some of the measures we already have in place and in use.”
“We remain committed to working with the community and councils to ensure that we don’t impact the lifestyles, health and wellbeing.”
Mr Stewart says they are going over the detail of expert opinions and will be addressing this in their evidence, ongoing conversations and at the consent hearing.