Roy Hill Project Approval Register

17 March 2015
“I asked various political people present tonight how many government approvals, permits, licences they believed  were required for Roy Hill, and received the usual responses, ‘several hundred.’ And the usual responses when I tell them no, it is more than 4000 and that doesn’t include the many hundreds or thousands more for actual construction. To a one, they were shocked.
In my view, the cost of government must be significantly and urgently reduced, as we face record debt in West Australia and across the country, and importantly the burdens on business via government and its approvals, licences, permits and compliance costs must also be urgently and significantly reduced.”
–     Mrs. Gina Rinehart
To see the Roy Hill Project Approval Register, click: Roy Hill Project Approval Register.v1

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