Public Participation

Working Together

An effective environmental impact assessment (EIA) process includes transparent and thorough communication with interested and/or affected parties.

The National Environmental Management Act, No. 107 of 1998 and associated EIA regulations stipulates that an EIA must include public participation.

Over the Moon believes that transparent and robust stakeholder engagement is crucial to an effective EIA process – it highlights issues that need to be addressed and enables synergy between the environmental, social and economic aspects of a project to facilitate sound environmental management.

These projects are currently available for public participation:

Please register and/or engage in the public participation process in writing via email or fax.

Contact us using the details on our contact page, should any information appear unavailable, or if you need help with submitting your written comments/queries/suggestions.

Proposed Filling Station and Business Premises on erf 1071, chatsworth

A basic environmental impact assessment is underway for the proposed development of a fuel filling station and business premises on Erf 1071, Chatsworth, Swartland Municipality, Western Cape.

The draft basic assessment report is available for public comment/ query.  Public participation ends on 25 July 2022.  To have your say or register an interested and/or affected party, email:

info@overthemoon.co.za            or            haveyoursay@overthemoon.co.za 

Swartland Protected and Conservation Areas’ Management Plan

OTM is proud to be a lead member of the environmental team developing a management plan for the Swartland Municipality’s protected and/or conservation areas in Darling, Malmesbury and Yzerfontein.

The intial public participation process for this project is underway and ends on 22 January 2021.  Registration as an interested and/or affected party must take place directly with the Municipality.

Please register and/or engage in the public participation process in writing via email or fax.

Contact us using the details on our contact page, should any information appear unavailable, or if you need help with submitting your written comments/queries/suggestions.

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