An investigation into Westconnex, a 33 kilometre motorway that the NSW LNP government wants to build in Sydney.
The investigation will include a timeline in parts, a exploration of the interests that drive the project and reports on the campaign by residents and community transport groups to stop it.
My first two reports focus on the dealings behind a major motorway interchange that will be built in the middle of St Peters in Sydney's inner west.
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The Westconnex planning process is ridden with conflicts of interest. The recent Federal audit report provides more disturbing examples.
Lucy Turnbull supports the NSW government's development agenda including WestCONnex. If she didn't, she wouldn't be head of the Greater Sydney Commission
On January 7, I laid a complaint against the NSW Department of Planning & Environment for its inequitable & sloppy handling of submissions to the M4East
Westconnex's 'community information' kiosk at Marrickville Metro might be better described as publicly funded misinformation
An edited version of Wendy Bacon's submission to Federal Department of Environment on NSW RMS referral of a threat to endangered species from Westconnex
A brief introduction to the Westconnex EIS process
Based on my own experiences, I'm not surprised that the NSW public is losing trust in the Baird government's commitment to transparency and open access.
Inner West residents packed into Leichhardt Town Hall in June to call for a halt to the Westconnex project a parliamentary inquiry has been held.
NSW government is paying millions to global company AECOM to prepare an EIS for the Westconnex motorway. The same company is already helping build it.
Campaigners against the Westconnex motorway say feedback sessions are a 'sham'; Newtown MP Jenny Leong moved a motion to suspend Westconnex
As evidence mounts against the case for the Baird government's Westconnex Motorway, Roads Australia guests face mock tollway protest at corporate dinner.
A new coalition of community groups & health professionals has formed to campaign against hidden health impacts of the Westconnex and Northconnex tollways.
The Abbott and Baird government continue to keep our community in the dark about Westconnex.
An infographic on Westconnex policies for the NSW state election March 28, 2015
On March 16, City of Sydney Council organised a meeting to discuss the Westconnex. It ended with a vote to stop the project. Here's my edited speech
In Australia, the law of defamation erodes media freedom. Threats to sue can be unnerving, especially if you don't have easy access to legal advice.
Dial a Dump accuses Westconnex of being aggressive and secretive in its dealings
For six months, Westconnex secretly negotiated to buy a waste dump for a giant interchange, without informing the local residents of their plan.