People in the Highlands can voice their thoughts about the proposed Sutton Forest Sand Quarry, which is currently on exhibition.
The 34 hectare proposed site, which is a state significant development application, seeks to extract up to 1 million tonnes of friable sandstone annually for up to 30 years.
The amended proposal also seeks to build and operate water and management infrastructure, material processing and storage facilities, offices, a workshop and weighbridge, and a quarry access road and intersection.
It also seeks to transport extracted material offsite by road and rehabilitate the site.
More than 140 submissions have been made since it opened on November 7.
A report published in July this year revealed that when it was put on exhibition in 2018, more than 600 submissions were against the project, which was the majority.
The most common issues raised related to the potential impacts to biodiversity, groundwater, social, air quality and greenhouse gases, as well as noise, traffic and vibration concerns.
Blasting has also no longer been proposed at the location.
People can maker their submissions until December 4 through the state government's planning portal.
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