A new Indicative Demolition Schedule will be released on 29 July 2016. As well as being available online, a letter and map of planned demolition activity will be emailed to all former 'Mr Fluffy' homeowners whose property is yet to be demolished.
Recent wet weather has seen the temporary closure of the West Belconnen Resource Management Centre. This has meant that rubble has remained on site for longer than usual.
Demolitions continue to progress ahead of schedule, with the latest figure (at 8 July 2016) standing at 245.
As the 2015-16 financial year ended, the Taskforce had sent out First Right of Refusal offer packs to 100 First Right Holders.
In June 2016, a further 19 remediated blocks were offered for sale at public auctions. Ten of these blocks sold at the auctions and the remaining nine blocks have been made available over-the-counter through Ray White and Independent Property Group.
The Taskforce has been contacted by interested parties interested in the upcoming sales of remediated blocks. Such questions relate mostly to auction dates and how to register interest for a block.
The Taskforce is looking forward to engaging with communities over the months of July and August. We will be doorknocking in the suburbs of Weston and Charnwood to chat about upcoming demolition activity in the area.
From 11 July 2016, the Personal Support Team (PST) will be available to meet with clients by appointment only at the outreach sites of Nature Conservation House Belconnen, Woden Community Services and the Tuggeranong Community Health Centre.
Head Contractor CaylaMax recommenced full demolition activity as part of the Mr Fluffy Demolition Program on Monday 4 June 2016, following completion of an internal audit investigation commissioned by the Taskforce.
The Taskforce has recently received queries regarding the removal of solar panels.