Hume is the latest council to pursue Planning Minister Richard Wynne in the Supreme Court over plans to dump 3 million tonnes of soil contaminated with potentially carcinogenic chemicals.
The state government has not ruled out heading to court to battle home owners who believe they are owed compensation over the tunnel being built below their homes.
The latest court battle for the Environment Protection Authority comes just days after Bacchus Marsh Grammar launched legal action over the controversial plan.
Taxpayers will forfeit hundreds of millions of dollars in landfill levies that were supposed to be paid by the West Gate Tunnel’s builders under new regulations quietly released by the […]
Soil being dug up in the heart of Melbourne to build the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel has PFAS levels that are 100 times the acceptable amount in drinking water.
Nearly 100 jobs have been cut from the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel project, with no clear end in sight to the soil crisis that has put a stop to […]
More than 200 workers on the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel project are being stood down and another 400 jobs could be shed in coming months, in another major setback […]
Tunnelling on the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel is still months away, with the project’s builders facing delays in identifying dump sites for the project’s toxic soil.