After considering the draft EIS/IAR and submissions made on the draft EIS/IAR, the Coordinator-General may ask the project proponent to provide additional information. The additional information may be included within, or attached to, the draft EIS/IAR. It is submitted to the Coordinator-General as a 'revised draft EIS' or 'revised draft IAR'.

What is additional information?

A revised draft EIS/IAR could include:

Public consultation

Normally, the revised draft EIS/IAR is not released for public comment.

However, if the additional information is considered to be substantial, or public input is warranted due to refinements to the project since the release of the draft EIS/IAR, the Coordinator-General may require public consultation on the revised draft EIS/IAR - similar to that which occurred for the draft EIS/IAR.

Advisory agency input

Regardless of whether public consultation occurs, advisory agencies are invited to: