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A city celebrated for its iconic industrial heritage, Newcastle is transforming into a smart, liveable and sustainable city. The City of Newcastle has a plan to support Newcastle’s transformation from a steel city to a lifestyle city with vibrant public places, connected transport networks and a distinctive built environment. Like other cities with strong industrial backgrounds, there are some parts of Newcastle that are impacted with contaminated land which stem from historical industries including brickworks, collieries, foundries, smelters, steelworks and incinerators.
For details and further information about our policy regarding contaminated land go to Section 5.02 Land Contamination - Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012. If you have any questions, please contact us on 4974 2000, the Hunter New England Health District on 1300 066 055 or the NSW Environmental Protection Authority on 13 55 55.
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City of Newcastle acknowledges that we operate on the grounds of the traditional country of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples.
We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and continuing relationship with the land, and that they are the proud survivors of more than two hundred years of dispossession.
CN reiterates its commitment to address disadvantages and attain justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this community.