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The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and State Significant Development Application (SSDA) for the proposed McPhillamys Gold Project development have now been submitted to the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (NSW DPIE).

What happens now?

The SSDA and EIS will be reviewed by the NSW DPIE before going on public exhibition. The NSW DPIE will also advise Regis of the timing of the public exhibition period for the EIS.

During the public exhibition period any person or stakeholder, including those who are impacted by the project or those who represent particular interests, such as councils, government agencies and community groups, may lodge a submission.

Regis will continue to consult with neighbours, local landowners and other stakeholders throughout the assessment process.

For further information, please click here for a copy of Regis Resources’ Media Release – Development Application Submitted for McPhillamys Gold Project.

About the project

The McPhillamys Gold Project is located in the Blayney - Kings Plains district of Central West New South Wales, approximately 8 kilometres from the town of Blayney. The Blayney – Kings Plains district has been the subject of alluvial and hard rock mining since the mid to late 19th century with sporadic exploration for gold and base metals over various exploration licences since the 1960s.

McPhillamys, if developed would consist of a large scale open cut gold mining operation that has a current mine life of approximately ten years. Regis’ Board anticipates making a decision on the development of McPhillamys following assessment of the Environmental Impact Statement (including the Social Impact Assessment), obtaining of regulatory approvals and completion of the Definitive Feasibility Study.

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Blayney NSW 2799

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