Recently, Andrew Kefford has been asked to assist in developing governance arrangements for the ACT Governments new urban renewal and greenfields authorities.
The recent spring rains, and inevitable growth that follows, has had an impact on our ability to keep the grass down on some of the remediated sites
In recognition of their direct support to ageing homeowners affected by 'Mr Fluffy', the Council on the Ageing (COTA) ACT was recently presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from the ACT Government.
Numerous enquiries have been received regarding the ActewAGL dedicated ‘Mr Fluffy’ phone line.
The fourth indicative demolition schedule is planned to be released in December 2016.
Significant progress has been made in the Demolition Program over recent months, despite the wet weather. The demolition of the 409th house for the year was completed on 21 November 2016 - well in excess of the revised target of 350 demolitions for 2016.
Safety first was the message at a recent meeting of contractors responsible for demolition works.
You may have noticed new signs appearing on the fences of properties as they are prepared for demolition.
Our neighbours' survey continues to provide valuable feedback on the type of information and assistance that would be helpful for people living near affected properties.
Since April 2016, 120 blocks have been released for public sale, 90 have exchanged contracts and 52 of these have settled.