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Narrabundah landswap gets the green light

By Thumper - 16 October 2007 3

The ABC is reporting that the long standing issue regarding the Narrabundah land swap is moving along nicely thus paving the way for the residents of the Narrabundah caravan park to stay and keep their homes.

A good result by the Stanhope and federal governments.

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Narrabundah landswap gets the green light
sepi 5:02 pm 17 Oct 07

It is publically known that it cost us a million isn’t it?

The ACT govt should not have given away the caravan park without imposing some terms on the new owners, and likewise Koomarri shoulnd’t have sold it off to the highest bidder, leaving the residents high and dry. But the ACT govt has done well to sort this mess out.

In a time of housing stress in the ACT the last thing we needed was dozens of households who are currently self-sufficient going onto the public housing crisis accomodation lists.

Mr Evil 2:46 pm 16 Oct 07

How much has it cost the ACT ratepayers to subsidise this whole idiotic fiasco? If you live in a caravan park, then you should realise that you don’t actually own the piece of dirt beneath your caravan/lean-to/shed and that you may be asked to move on one day!

And by the way, good luck in collecting the outstanding overdue rent, Stanhope!

poptop 2:31 pm 16 Oct 07

A good result until the ACT Government decides to give the Narrabundah Caravan Park away again to another organisation, who’ll manage it for 5 years and then sell it.

What has Koomari done with the money from the sale?

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