Blayney Shire Council will share its know-how about dealing with mining companies in a manual being developed for councils around Australia.
The manual will be created as part of the work towards a strategic plan for the Association of Mining Related Councils. Twenty-two councils belong to the association and their areas represent 19 per cent of NSW land and 11 per cent of the State’s population.
Blayney shire general manager Glenn Wilcox, who is on the association’s committee developing the manual, said it would be a best practice guide to help councils negotiate with mining companies.
“There are some councils getting new mines in their areas. Working with mining companies is continually changing and you have to keep in front.”
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