Recording now available: Hunter Region Branch – Digital Tech Talk: Relocation of the Historic Ravensworth Homestead Project
Attendees will be provided with an insight into Glencore’s approach to tackling this key project risk including consultation strategy and engagement of key heritage consultants.
Presenter: Shane Scott, Project Manager, Glencore
AusIMM Member – Free
Non Member – $20.00
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Digital Tech Talk Overview
Ravensworth Homestead is a historic homestead listed as being of Local significance on Singleton Council’s Local Environmental Plan. The homestead is situated within the Glendell Continued Operations Project mining footprint and is proposed to be relocated to one of two recipient sites should the Project be granted environmental approval. The Project EIS came off exhibition in February 2020 and Glencore is currently responding to the submissions received.
The digital tech talk will provide attendees with an overview of the Project, the history and significance of Ravensworth Homestead, the studies completed to inform the environmental impact assessment and the proposed relocation options. Attendees will be provided with an insight into Glencore’s approach to tackling this key project risk including consultation strategy and engagement of key heritage consultants.
Shane Scott is a Project Manager in Glencore’s Business Development Group based in the Hunter Valley. Shane is currently working on the Glendell Continued Operations Project, which is a Project seeking to extend the life of Glencore’s existing Glendell open cut mine by a further 20 years and provide access to approximately 135Mt of ROM coal. Shane holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Environmental) from Newcastle University, Master of Engineering Science (Hydrology and Water Resources) from UNSW and Master of Business Administration from Macquarie Graduate School of Management.