PMPL is the pastoral lease holder of the Mardie Station, which overlaps in small areas with the proposed Mardie Project development footprint and tenure
BCI Minerals Limited is pleased to advise it has entered into an access agreement with Pastoral Management.
PMPL is the pastoral lease holder of the Mardie Station, which overlaps in small areas with the proposed Mardie Project development footprint and tenure. The access agreement provides PMPL’s consent to the grant of key Mining Act tenure (Mining Leases, Miscellaneous Licences and General Purpose Leases) required to construct and operate the Mardie Project, and consent to the taking of land required for the Cape Preston West Port and the dedication of its associated access road.
The access agreement will also allow BCI to undertake certain early works activities on access roads and preliminary infrastructure.
BCI’s Managing Director, Alwyn Vorster commented: “This is an important step for the Mardie Project in that one of the three key access matters has now been resolved. Discussions with the Pilbara PortsAuthority on the port lands tenure are progressing well, and BCI continues to work collaboratively with the owners of gas pipelinesin the south of the Mardie Project”.
Source: Company Press Release