Truck work: Riverstone residents are concerned over trucks dumping soil on land near the old meat works, creating an increasing flood risk. Picture: Andrew BrownMore than 50 Riverstone residents met with representatives from Blacktown Council to voice their concerns over illegal land work carried out on the site of the old meat works.

It comes as development company Sakkara Capital Management was fined a further $16,000 for noise pollution and failing to keep the road clean.

The company was fined $30,000 earlier this month over illegal land filling.It was estimated up to 400 trucks per day were dumping soil on the site.

Senior Environmental Health Officers from Blacktown Council as well as Riverstone MP Kevin Connolly met with residents, who are worried the dumping of soil on the site will increase the likelihood of flooding in the area.

Riverstone resident Diane Baldwin said the meeting was a step in the right direction.

“It was a great outcome. We were told the trucks aren’t allowed to start work before 7am and have to finish by 6pm,” she said.“I’m not against development, but they had to do the work legally.”

A spokesman for Blacktown Council said further fines will be issued if noise complaints are not addressed.

The NSW Environmental Protection Agency is also investigating the illegal activity.

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