Other CIS contributions for reference
- Adam Bandt: Have Your Say on East West Link Impacts
- Friends of Moonee Creek draft submission
- Kensington Association: CIS Submission to East West Link Assessment Committee
- Bicycle Network Victoria: East West Link Tunnel Project
- East West Link Blog: Making a Submission on East West Link
- The Friends of Royal Park’s Submission to the Comprehensive Impact Statement on the East West Link
- Clifton Hill Primary School SCHOOL COUNCIL SUBMISSION ON THE EAST WEST LINK
- Kororoit Institute on misdirection of traffic & freight, costly impacts on amenity in environs
- Moonee Ponds Creek Co-ordination Committee on matters directly relating to Creek
- Students Linking Melbourne Sustainably (SLiMS) Submission to the Assessment Committee assessing the East West Link Comprehensive Impact Statement
- Yarra Bicycle Users Group (YarraBUG) Comprehensive Impact Statement Submission
 City of Yarra / Trains Not Tolls information
- Yarra Council held a public forum on 7 November to discuss the State Government’s East West Link Comprehensive Impact Statement (CIS) and detailed design.
- Yarra CIS forum: Summary of table comments from info session – 7 Nov 2013 (pdf)
- Yarra seeks extension for CIS submission (3 December 2013)
 City of Darebin
Darebin's East West Link Submission Council hosted a Information Session on 4 December 2013 to provide the community with a chance to hear about Darebin Council’s submission on the EWL project, whilst also finding out how they can make their own submission. A copy of Darebin's submission and other resources to assist you when making a submission can be found below.
Darebin’s submission on East West Link (Eastern Section) Comprehensive Impact Statement:
 City of Melbourne information
 Report to the Future Melbourne (Transport) Committee Agenda item 6.3
City Of Melbourne submission on Linking Melbourne Authority’s East West Link (Eastern Section) Comprehensive Impact Statement (CIS) pdf - 443 pages, 10 December 2013. Presenter: David Mayes, Manager Strategic Planning
 Purpose and background
- 1. The purpose of the report is to seek endorsement of the City of Melbourne’s response to the Linking Melbourne Authority’s East West Link (Eastern Section) Comprehensive Impact Statement (CIS) for submission to the East West Link (Eastern Section) Project Assessment Committee.
- 2. The Minister for Planning appointed an Assessment Committee to assess the CIS, review and hear public submissions, and advise him on granting the project approvals. He has issued Terms of Reference (refer to Attachment 2) for their assessment of the CIS and the submissions responding to it. Linking Melbourne Authority (LMA) released the CIS for exhibition from 31 October 2013 to 12 December 2013.
- 3. The Assessment Committee will hold a directions hearing on 14 January 2014 to clarify procedural and preliminary matters for its full public hearings in March-April 2014. They will provide advice to the Minister for Planning to assist his determination of the planning approval for the project in mid-2014.
- 4. The City of Melbourne’s submission (the Submission) is at Attachment 3 with a summary at Attachment 4. It responds to LMA’s CIS based on Council’s policies and informed by comments the City of Melbourne has received about the East West Link. It is structured to align with the Assessment Committee’s Terms of Reference. The Submission provides a comprehensive response to the CIS. Its key points are:
- 4.1. The CIS underestimates the adverse impacts of the Part B CityLink-Port of Melbourne viaduct on the Arden-Macaulay urban renewal area and Moonee Ponds Creek open space corridor and does not make a compelling case for its necessity. The submission proposes an alternative that will meet the transport function in this part with substantially less viaduct and land reservation.
- 4.2. The CIS underestimates the impact of the alienation of parkland in Royal Park and on dwellings in West Parkville from the Royal Park western portal. The submission proposes alternatives to the portal’s design to significantly reduce these impacts and to factor in the alternative Part B design.
- 4.3. The CIS underestimates the alienation of parkland in Royal Park from the Elliot Avenue Portal. The submission proposes alternatives to the portal’s design to significantly reduce its impacts.
- 4.4. The CIS does not adequately address the temporary and permanent impact on sporting activity, recreation, irrigation water storage and open space including the anticipated future demand. Therefore the project must include a concrete plan and commitment to meeting this need. Recommendation from management
- 5. That the Future Melbourne Committee endorses the City of Melbourne’s response to the Linking Melbourne Authority’s East West Link (Eastern Section) Comprehensive Impact Statement (Attachment 3) for submission to the East West Link (Eastern Section) Project Assessment Committee and authorises the Director City Planning and Infrastructure to make any further minor editorial changes to the response prior to its submission.
 City of Melbourne EWL meetings - also scroll down and check comments
- City of Melbourne Building and Planning East West Link Page
- City of Melbourne Preliminary Assessment for East West Link
- Cultural and Historic Significance of Royal Park (PDF, 9MB)
 City of Melbourne: Notes and Submissions to Public Meeting held on 8 October 2013
- Issues and Comments from the public - City of Melbourne Public Meeting 8 October 2013
- Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Victoria East-West Link Position Statement 1 on 2013-07-31
- Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Victoria East-West Link Position Statement 2 on 2013-10-08
- Protectors of Public Lands Victoria Inc Submission
- Public Transport Users Association Submission
 City of Moonee Valley information
Latest update - view a presentation of anticipated impacts In order to assist members of the community understand the impacts of the East West Link project, and assist in preparing their submission, we have developed a detailed presentation of the anticipated impacts of the project on Moonee Valley assets and the surrounding areas. We have also prepared a literature review of health effects of proximity to major roads.
 City of Moreland information
- Presentation given to Moreland Council on 12th November: Trains not Toll Roads Presentation to Moreland Council Public Meeting 12 Nov 2013 Cr Lenka Thompson.pdf
 Flemington Association
The Flemington Association is assisting residents to prepare a response to the Government's Comprehensive Impact Statement - CIS - for the East West Link. For more information regarding the CIS please refer to our Background page
The Flemington Association has commenced releasing draft sections of our response to the Comprehensive Impact Statement (CIS) on our EWL web site. Each of these will form part of our consolidated submission. Each sections has been drafted by separate member(s) and may well have individual styles and focus differentials. However we feel this is a strength as it demonstrates the representation diversity of our submission. We have also commenced reporting links to other organisations draft submissions - such as the Melbourne City Council, Darebin Council.
Over the next week we will progressively post sections and you are welcome to comment. provide suggestions etc.
- The Urban Design Framework and the Visual ImpactsA Residents View
- A Flemington Residents Group View - The Flemington Neighbourhood Renewal draft submission
 The 3068 Group
- The 3068 Neighbourhood Group SUBMISSION TO PANEL - COMPREHENSIVE IMPACT ASSESSMENT EAST-WEST LINK REFERENCE DESIGN
We are developing some suggestions about the sort of things that you can include in your all-important submissions to the CIS.
- Residents Against the Tunnel: LMA Responses to RATs queries regarding the CIS process
- Residents Against the Tunnel: Comprehensive Impact Statement
- Native vegetation and biodiversity
- Cultural heritage
- Land use and community facilities
- Noise, vibration, air emission and light spill impacts
- Visual and Social Amenity
- Traffic connectivity
- Solid Wastes
- Environmental Management Framework
 Slater & Gordon
East-West Comprehensive Impact Statement - the devil is in the detail - Media Release, 25 November 2013