In the Canberra Times John Thistleton is raising fears that a tiny part of the newly created harbour at Kingston will not be accessible to the public.
The work will remove a 3m-wide access path around the harbour edge on Kingston Island, which contractors developed from reclaimed land in a $31 million project.
”The proposed harbour wall will be constructed, owned and maintained by the lessee of the block and not the territory, ” the LDA says in its application.
Mr Upton said the proposal was unbelievable, disgraceful and worthy of public condemnation.
With tens of kilometres of wild deserted lake shore available, much of it in parks that will never be developed, do anyone but a very small number of Kingston strollers really care?