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Angus Place

There has been mining at Angus Place Colliery for nearly 70 years.

The mine has been on care and maintenance since early 2015. Angus Place will continue to meet safety and environmental regulations and the site will be appropriately maintained to enable a reopening when the Springvale reserves have been extracted or if market conditions improve.

Centennial is seeking approval to extent its underground mining operations at Angus Place. The proposed Angus Place Extention Project aims to secure significant long term coal resources in close geographic proximity to local power stations. To find out more detailed information on the Angus Place Extension Project please visit –

Tel: +61 2 6354 8700
Angus Place community information and complaints*:
+61 2 6354 8700

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Key Documents

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Blasting Notifications

Community Consultation

Community Consultative Committee

A Community Consultative Committee (CCC) provides a forum for open discussion between representatives of the Company, community, council and other stakeholders on issues directly relating to the mine’s operations, environmental performance and community relations, and keeps the community informed on these matters. Angus Place and Springvale now operate a combined CCC.

Community Complaints Register

The Angus Place Community Information Hotline is (02) 6354 8744. A register of community complaints received by the mine can be viewed in the document below. Please note this document is only updated when complaints received.

Stakeholder Engagement Plan

The following document(s) relate to the mine’s operating and licence conditions.

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Consents and Approvals under the EP and A Act

Environment Protection Licence

Document NameSizeDocument Date
EPL 467 254.06 KB9/09/2020
EPL 467 April 2019280.25 KB9/04/2019
Angus Place EPL 467 6.97 MB14/09/2018
EPL 467 - Angus Place 6.84 MB11/05/2018
Angus Place EPL 467202.08 KB14/04/2015

Environmental Assessments (EAs) are an assessment of the environmental, social and economic benefits and impacts of a proposed project or modification to an existing project. EAs are regulated by the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure.

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Environmental Assessments

Approvals obtained to facilitate mining generally require management plans in consideration of various identified environmental impacts. These plans vary from operation to operation to reflect the operating conditions.

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Environmental Management Plans, Strategies and Programs

Mining Operations Plan / Rehabilitation Management Plan

Mining operations in NSW are required, as a condition of an authorisation issued under the Mining Act, to conduct mining operations in accordance with a Mining Operations Plan (MOP) that has been approved by NSW Trade and Investment – Division of Resources and Energy.

The MOP describes the manner in which mining, processing, rehabilitation and reporting are to be undertaken with reference to Management Plans and Procedures. The MOP also establishes relationships to other approval and reporting requirements consistent with development consent, leases and licences.

Document NameSizeDocument Date
Angus Place MOP Amendment D98.27 MB22/07/2021
Ventilation Facility Rehabilitation Management Plan Fnl 310720131.87 MB16/09/2015

Pollution Incident Response Management Plan

The Pollution Incident Response Management Plan has been developed to satisfy the requirements of the Protection of the Environment Legislation Amendment Act 2011 (POELA Act) which requires the preparation, implementation and publication of a Pollution Incident Response Management Plan.

The objectives of these plans are to provide guidelines and procedures for the effective control and reporting of pollution incidents to all relevant stakeholders.

Whilst personal contact details for the following document are available in the controlled on-site Pollution Incident Response Management Plan, they do not appear in this public document under provision of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998.

Document NameSizeDocument Date
Angus Place PIRMP162.76 KB31/07/2020
Angus Place PIRMP August 2019801.80 KB28/08/2019

Subsidence Management

Subsidence Management Plans (SMPs) are prepared by mining lease holders to consider the potential impacts of underground mining and identify measures to manage such impacts. SMPs may contain requirements for the avoidance of damage to particularly significant features, the mitigation of damage, or rehabilitation of subsidence related impacts.

The following provides a summary of environmental monitoring data undertaken as required by Environment Protection Licences and Approvals. The purpose of this data is to provide the community with meaningful information on the performance of environmental controls.

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Environmental Monitoring Reports

Independent Environmental Audits

Schedule 5 Condition 8 of the Angus Place Approval required Angus Place Colliery to commission an independent environmental audit prior to 31 December 2007, and every 3 years thereafter. To this end, URS were commissioned prior to 31 December 2010 to carry out an independent audit of the Angus Place Project Approval granted on the 13 September 2006. A summary of the audit findings and the colliery’s response are shown below.

Transport Records