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In some cases, specifying restrictions in the site classification is not considered by the Department of Environment Regulation (DER) to provide adequate control on the long term use of the site. In these cases, DER will require a site-specific Site Management Plan (SMP) to document the necessary site management procedures such as periodic maintenance and monitoring and procedures to be followed when carrying out intrusive works.

An SMP defines how the site is to be managed or monitored to ensure the risks from contamination remain at an acceptable level.

Further information on SMPs is available in the pdfGuideline: Assessment and management of contaminated sites2.01 MB.

pdfSite Management Plan6.17 MB

Impacted soil and groundwater was identified at the site. Impacts include, but are not limited to, asbestos-containing material (ACM), hydrocarbons and chlorinated phenol compounds. This site management plan (SMP) sets out measures to reduce unacceptable human health risks by preventing direct access and exposure to impacted soil and groundwater. An updated version of the SMP will be available soon, and will provide further management measures of ACM at the site.


pdfSite Management Plan3.84 MB

Construction workers uncovered asbestos containing material (ACM) in shallow soils in one portion of this site. The ACM was investigated and cleaned up, however, because park homes and facilities had already been built over a substantial part of the property, the investigation was restricted and did not cover the entire site.

This SMP sets out how any ACM exposed in future works at the property should be managed (refer to Sections 8.2, 8.2.1 and 8.2.2).

Reproduced with permission - Coffey Environments

pdfSite Management Plan2.91 MB

This SMP details ongoing site management requirements, including groundwater monitoring, for this former service station site. It is being redeveloped for future commercial and high-density residential use.

Reproduced with permission - GEMEC

pdfSite Management Plan2.23 MB

Site investigations found that some of the recycled builders' rubble used as fill during the development of this residential suburb, contained asbestos. This SMP outlines measures undertaken at Erindale Grove to make the site safe and sets out a strategy to reduce potential human exposure to asbestos-containing soil.

Reproduced with permission - RPS Australia Asia Pacific

pdfSite Management Plan2.93 MB

This site, which is now being developed for housing, was part of a paint manufacturing facility which operated from the early 1950s until 2003 when it closed and was demolished.

There is a plume of dissolved hydrocarbons beneath the site. This SMP sets out how the site must be managed to protect workers and members of the public from being exposed to potentially contaminated groundwater.

Reproduced with permission - WSP Environment & Energy

pdfSite Management Plan  pdfAppendix A   pdfAppendix B1   pdfAppendix B2

The site is classified as ‘remediated – restricted use’ under the Contaminated Sites Act 2003, with restrictions on use in relation to engineered gas mitigation measures, which are required as part of the dwellings constructed on this site.

This SMP contains the details of those engineered design requirements as well as other environmental management requirements.

Reproduced with permission - Wallace Group Property