We are hearing AusNet are once again out in the community causing significant issues with their broken and disjointed community and landholder engagement.
AusNet have been spruking a “new route” in selective engagements with landholders. This disjointed and clandestine approach is further evidence of AusNet’s failure to openly engage.
AusNet are attempting to coerce and cajole certain landholders by offering to move the alignment to different parts of their property or off their property and onto others. Cleary any move of the proposed easement and infrastructure on one land parcel will have impacts to adjacent land.
AusNet’s proposed rerouting of parts of the easement does nothing to address the identified concerns it simply relocates those many issues associated with this project.
This “disengagement” by AusNet is another frustrating distraction with no suitable outcome.
AusNet need stop dancing around the major impacts identified by the community.