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State Significant Development


Shoalhaven Hospital Redevelopment

Shoalhaven City

Current Status: Assessment

Interact with the stages for their names

  1. SEARs
  2. Prepare EIS
  3. Exhibition
  4. Collate Submissions
  5. Response to Submissions
  6. Assessment
  7. Recommendation
  8. Determination

Construction of a seven storey hospital building with rooftop plant, helipad, ambulance entry from Shoalhaven Street, loading dock and mortuary parking, including demolition works, earthworks, subdivision, tree removal and landscaping.

Attachments & Resources

Early Consultation (1)

Request for SEARs Cover Letter_21 Jan 2022_SIGNED

Notice of Exhibition (1)

Notice of Exhibition

Request for SEARs (3)

Scoping Report - Part B - Concept Plans
Scoping Report - Part B FINAL
Scoping Report - Part A FINAL

SEARs (1)

Issued SEARs

EIS (43)

Environmental Impact Statement
Appendix A - SEARs
Appendix B - SEARs Compliance Table
Appendix D - Survey
Appendix E - Geotechnical Interpretive Report
Appendix F - Planning Certificate - Lot 104 DP 1165533
Appendix F - Planning Certificate - Lot 7034 DP 1031852
Appendix F - Planning Certificate - Lot 373 DP 755952
Appendix G - DGI
Appendix G - ESA
Appendix G - PSI
Appendix G - RAP
Appendix H - Stormwater and Flooding Assessment
Appendix H - Civil Drawings
Appendix I - BDAR
Appendix J - Arboricultural Report
Appendix K - Bushfire Assessment
Appendix L - Statement of Heritage Impact
Appendix M - ACHAR
Appendix N - Transport and Accessibility Impact Assessment
Appendix O - Architectural Design Statement
Appendix O - Architectural Drawing Set 1
Appendix O - Architectural Drawing Set 2
Appendix O - Architectural Drawings Set 3
Appendix P - Landscape Report
Appendix P - Landscape Drawings Set
Appendix Q - Social Impact Assessment
Appendix R - HAZMAT addendum
Appendix R - HAZMAT Report
Appendix S - Infrastructure Management Plan
Appendix T - Statutory Compliance Table
Appendix U - SEPP 33 Screening Assessment and PHA
Appendix V - Engagement Report
Appendix W - CPTED Report
Appendix X - ESD Report
Appendix Y - BCA and DDA Capability Statement
Appendix Z - Preliminary Construction Management Plan
Appendix AA - Noise Impact Assessment
Appendix BB - Wind Impact Assessment
Appendix CC - Aviation Report
Appendix DD - Construction & Demolition Waste Management
Appendix DD - Operational Waste Management Plan
Appendix EE - Proposed Mitigation Measures Table

Response to Submissions (13)

Appendix C - Architectural Plan
Appendix E - SK20-P2 (Swept Path Analysis)
Appendix D - Preliminary Green Travel Plan
Appendix C - Architectural Plan
Appendix C - Ground Level Landscape Plan
Response to Submissions Report
Appendix B - Updated Mitigation Measures Table
RtS - Cover Letter
Response to Submissions Report - Supporting Information
Appendix C - Shoalhaven St Drop-off Options
Appendix C - Architectural Plan
Appendix C - Architectural Plan
RTS Letter

Agency Advice (4)

Transport for NSW EIS Advice
Heritage NSW EIS Advice
Biodiversity and Conservation Division EIS Advice
DPE - Water EIS Advice


Showing 1 - 4 of 4 submissions
Civil Aviation Safety Authority
Canberra , Australian Capital Territory


Maddy, Nathan

CASA has reviewed the Aviation Impact Statement (Version 1.1 of 5 May 2022 by Avipro) for Rooftop Helicopter Landing Site at the Shoalhaven Hospital Redevelopment Project. CASA has no issues with the Aviation Impact Assessment and no objections to the Shoalhaven Hospital Redevelopment including the Rooftop Helicopter Landing Site.

Sundry Comment for Information:
CASA does not regulate Helicopter Landing Sites. It is expected that the primary sources of advice regarding temporary HLS, cranes etc would be NSW Health Infrastructure (or its Aviation Advisor) / Air Ambulance / Helicopter Emergency Service / helicopter operators.
And, as the Aviation Impact Assessment indicates, the primary sources of advice regarding the HMAS Albatross airspace would be Defence and Airservices.
Timothy New
First of all, I would like to mention that I do fully support this project and thank you for your time invested so far into ensuring this project gets underway.

I do have four points I would like to put forward in this submission;

I understand that NSW Heath will still have provisions for the children's park on the cnr of North and Shoalhaven street and it will be upgraded. Would it be possible that the community could see a detailed scope/ design for the playground rebuild and an budget allocation? The reason I’m asking is that I believe this will be a such an asset to this location and if the playground can be of a decent size and clever inclusive design (Could possibly get some ideas from Boongaree) the newly constructed park at Berry NSW, I believe it will be such a valuable space for families travelling long distances to have treatment at both the Shoalhaven hospital but also the Cancer Clinic. Siblings/ family members can take a time out from the hospital and put a smile on their face with a beautiful/ fun outdoor space. Again, like Boongaree, some native landscaping design around the playground would really make this space be a welcome space for all to enjoy. I was thinking along the lines of sandstone rock sculptures, water fountains, native garden beds, plenty of scattered seating, soft fall, shade/ BBQ gazebo and info on the local flora and fauna. I’m concerned that the final product could not be as great as this prominent location deserves. And once the decision is made, it is very hard to make changes after project completion.

2 - My other concern and second point in my submission, would be to address the roads surrounding the current and proposed site of the hospital redevelopment. I do understand that this is primarily a responsibility of Shoalhaven City Council, but I’m concerned that they will not be able to make proper repairs to these roads as they are so stretched with our current climate/ financially and also large workload. I would imagine that there will be increased heavy vehicle traffic down both Shoalhaven and North streets during the construction process. Cranes, Concrete agitators, semi-trailers, large delivery rigid trucks etc. The current state of the roads is very poor and I’m proposing that NSW Health includes a full upgrade to the sections of Shoalhaven and North Streets – This would be to be constructed of a ‘hot mix’ style bitumen, not a spray seal on the existing to ensure longevity. We have to take into consideration these roads are vital, as are critical entry/ exit points for Ambulance and patient transport.

My third point would be to have some consideration into smoking facilities onsite. I do understand that NSW Health have a blanket rule which is NO smoking onsite, I can appreciate this, but when a large volume of visitors, contractors and staff do still smoke cigarettes and unfortunately the place they end up is on the street and the majority of the butts end up on the footpath and gutter. With the Hospitals location so close to the beautiful Shoalhaven River I think that we need to think of a space that smokers can go so we can minimize impact of smoker's rubbish ending up in the river. This would also reduce the impact of non-smokers utilizing the community footpaths, walking dogs or pushing prams having to push through a cloud of secondhand smoke.

My fourth and final submission point would be a community garden integrated into the design. I believe a community garden would be a huge asset for NSW health, neighboring community preschool, and the local community. A small area of the procured Nowra park be set-aside for raised garden beds/ small shed and paving. The garden could be run by volunteers and ongoing maintenance could be through fundraising. The community preschool could be actively involved, and fresh produce is sent back into the kitchen of the Hospital and preschool.

Thank you for your time and I do hope my submission is considered,
Endeavour Energy
HUNTINGWOOD , New South Wales
Please refer to the attachment.
Shoalhaven City Council
Nowra , New South Wales


Project Details

Application Number
Assessment Type
State Significant Development
Development Type
Hospitals, medical centres and health research facilities
Local Government Areas
Shoalhaven City

Contact Planner

Patrick Nash