On this page, you will find information on the Extractive Industries Priority Project List, the Joint Ministerial Statement, the Strategic Extractive Resource Areas (SERA) pilot, and how we are helping to ensure we have access to good quality and competitively priced extractive resources.
Extractive Industry Priority Project List
The Extractive Industry Priority Project List identifies quarry projects to be given priority assessment by planning authorities.
The initial Extractive Industries Priority Project List was announced in the Joint Ministerial Statement – Extractive Resources (JMS) published by the then Minister for Resources and the Minister for Planning in 2018.
Further information on the Extractive Industries Priority Project List including the current Priority Project List, is available on the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) Earth Resources Regulation page.
Joint Ministerial Statement
In 2018 the Minister for Resources, Tim Pallas, and the Minister for Planning, Richard Wynne, released a Joint Ministerial Statement – Extractive Resources (JMS) providing rock solid foundations for Victoria's growth.
The Joint Ministerial Statement is part of the Victorian Government’s proactive plan to drive the affordability of quarry materials.
Further information about the Joint Ministerial Statement is available on the DJPR Earth Resources Regulation page.
Strategic Extractive Resource Areas pilot project (SERA)
Securing extractive resources, particularly in areas close to demand for construction, is a key part of delivering Helping Victoria Grow: Extractive Resources Strategy.
The Strategic Extractive Resource Areas (SERA) pilot project aims to ensure quarries can supply raw materials well into the future while avoiding land use conflicts.
In 2018, two Strategic Extractive Resource Areas (SERA) pilot projects were announced. The pilot locations of South Gippsland Shire and Wyndham City were identified as critical resource locations in the Extractive Resources in Victoria: Demand and Supply Study, 2015-2050.
More information can be found at the Strategic Extractive Resource Areas Pilot Project.
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Page last updated: 11/09/20