The Mt Wellington Cableway Company’s proposal for a commercial centre on the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington, aerial tramway up the face of the mountain, associated infrastructure and works is now open for public comment. If you live in Hobart you can make a submission about the proposal.
The full planning application is available to view online here.
All documentation can also be viewed at the City of Hobart’s customer service centre at 16 Elizabeth Street (cnr Davey Street), Hobart.
HAVE YOUR SAY
The City of Hobart’s kunanyi/Mount Wellington Cable Car proposal page with information about the Council’s timeline and four ways to make a representation can be found here.
There is no rush – we have until Tuesday 22 June to submit our representations.
By the end of the week Residents Opposed to the Cable Car will be publishing a detailed representation guide with key points and directions on how to make a representation. Over the next month, ROCC will also be hosting a number of submission writing events to bring people together with experts to help with this process.
Like and follow Respect the Mountain on Facebook, or follow Respectthemtn on Instagram, so we can let you know when the guide goes live and more about the submission writing events.
SUPPORT THE CAMPAIGN
DONATE to the no cable car fighting fund to protect the Mountain from the MWCC’s inappropriate cable car proposal. Campaign page here.
You can purchase Save the Organ Pipes and Keep Tassie Wild Waratah stickers and more for as little as $5 through Residents Opposed to the Cable Car (ROCC’s) ONLINE STORE: https://kunanyinocablecar.org/shop/
If you would like to know more about WHY THE CABLE CAR PROPOSAL IS SO WRONG, check out ROCC’s website:https://kunanyinocablecar.org/why/
If you’d like to keep more up to date with the no cable car campaign and things that you can do to help, sign up to ROCC’s NEWSLETTER here: https://kunanyinocablecar.org/newsletter/
THANKS to all the people who have recently chosen to like and follow Respect the Mountain. Together we can save the Organ Pipes from the MWCC’s land grab/mass tourism proposal for the Mountain &
Image: Keep Tassie Wild