Community Consultative Committee
The purpose of a community consultative committee is to provide a forum for open discussion between representatives of the company, the community, the council and other stakeholders on issues directly relating to the project’s operations, environmental performance and community relations, and to keep the community informed on these matters.
Nominations are open for the appointment of community members to the Crudine Ridge Wind Farm Community Consultative Committee.
We are looking for a mix of people who live locally or are members of a stakeholder group (community, environment, Aboriginal or industry) to join the Crudine Ridge Wind Farm Community Consultative Committee.
Your role as a committee member is voluntary.
You will be expected to contribute constructively to committee discussions, attend around four meetings a year, and communicate information about the Crudine Ridge Wind Farm project with the broader community.
For more information about the establishment and operation of CCCs, please visit
If you would like to apply, download a copy of the relevant nomination form click here or contact the Independent Chair.
Applications must be lodged by Monday, 7 January 2019 and sent to the Independent Chairperson of the Community Consultative Committee.
Michael Silver OAM
Crudine Ridge Wind Farm CCC
P.O. Box 37, Gunnedah NSW 2380
P: 0427 723 747
CCC Minutes are publicly available for download
- Meeting 1 – 12 February 2013
- Meeting 2 – 15 July 2013
- Meeting 3 – 9 December 2013
- Meeting 4 – 29 April 2014
- Meeting 5 – 5 March 2015
- Meeting 6 – 27 May 2016
- Meeting 7 – 4 May 2017
- Meeting 8 – 14 September 2017 Presentation from the 8th CCC meeting
- Meeting 9 – 7 December 2017 Presentation from the 9th CCC meeting
- Meeting 10 – 26 April 2018 Presentation from the 10th CCC Meeting
- Meeting 11 – 10 July 2018 Site Construction Flyer: First Edition
Community Benefits Fund
A Community Benefits Fund has been established in the form of a Voluntary Planning Agreement with both Mid-western Regional Council and Bathurst Regional Council. The project will contribute over $160,000 to these funds each year for every year of operations. The funds will be split between the two councils according to the capacity of the turbines installed within each local government area. The funds will be allocated by Council for use in community projects and initiatives in accordance with their Community Plan.
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