Edition 56 - 29 July 2016

Edition 56 - 29 July 2016

Demolition Schedule

Taskforce targets 350 demolitions in 2016

The Asbestos Response Taskforce released its third Indicative Demolition Schedule today, revising the targeted number of 'Mr Fluffy' demolitions in 2016 from 200 up to 350.


Taskforce visiting Charnwood on 30 July

The Asbestos Response Taskforce will be in Charnwood on Saturday 30 July 2016 at the Charnwood-Dunlop School, Bettington Circuit as part of its ongoing engagement focus.


CHAMPS booklet available for kids

As the demolition program builds momentum and many previous owners settle into new properties, it’s important to remember that children may require ongoing support during this period of change.

School support

School option support available

Has relocation impacted on your child’s schooling? Is your current residence now out of your previous priority enrolment area?

Demolition update

Demolition update

Demolitions continue to progress ahead of schedule, with more than 270 demolitions conducted by the end of July 2016.

First Right of Refusal

First Right of Refusal update

At the end of July 2016, the Taskforce had sent out First Right of Refusal offer packs to 169 First Right Holders. Owners are currently being supported through this process as they consider whether to repurchase their remediated block.


Sales update

In July 2016, a further 12 remediated blocks were offered for sale at public auctions. Five of these blocks sold at the auction and the remaining seven blocks have been made available over-the-counter through Ray White and Independent Property Group.


Put your best foot forward

The Fluffy Walkers' Group meets every second Sunday, providing an opportunity for Mr Fluffy homeowners, tenants and other people affected to get together for a walk, chat and a coffee.

Keeping informed

Further information

The Taskforce is committed to supporting those directly impacted, working closely with tradespeople, industry and interest groups, providing regular media briefings, directly engaging with neighbours and surrounding residents and providing accessible information for the broader community.

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