Lane Cove company fined $250,000 in NSW Land and Environment Court for environmental damage at Tea Gardens

Updated April 21 2022 - 1:52pm, first published 8:57am
Station Creek and its tributaries after unauthorised dams and clearing. Picture: Nearmap
Station Creek and its tributaries after unauthorised dams and clearing. Picture: Nearmap

The NSW Land and Environment Court (LEC) has ordered a Lane Cove-based company to pay fines totalling more than $250,000 for a series of offences that damaged environmentally sensitive land next to a sanctuary zone of the Great Lakes Marine Park.

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