Projects discontinued or on hold
The following table lists those 'coordinated projects' for which the environmental impact statement (EIS) process has been discontinued or is on hold.
(Prior to 21 December 2012, these projects were called 'significant projects'.)
What do the status descriptions mean?
Read more about the EIS process.
* The Gold Coast International Marine Precinct was redeclared a 'significant project' on 7 July 2011.
Cancelled – See section 27AF of the State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971.
Decision not to declare – The Coordinator-General has considered the application submitted and decided not to declare the project a coordinated project. See section 27AC of the State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971.
Lapsed - The 'coordinated project' declaration lapsed, as the project's EIS was not submitted within two years of the terms of reference being released or a later date approved by the Coordinator-General. (For projects declared after 21 December 2012, the standard lapse timeframe is 18 months.)
Lapsed* - The Coordinator-General's report on the EIS lapsed, as construction of the project had not substantially started within four years of the report being published. (For projects declared after 21 December 2012, the standard lapse timeframe is three years.)
Repealed - The 'coordinated project' declaration was repealed by the Coordinator-General under one of two scenarios:
- following the project proponent's request that the project be withdrawn from the EIS process
- on the initiative of the Coordinator-General, following the project proponent's failure to make adequate progress during the EIS process.
Withdrawn - The project proponent requested that the project be withdrawn from the EIS process and the Coordinator-General cancelled the coordinated project declaration.
Last updated: 31 Mar 2023