Tag Search - 'Resumption'

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Brisbane City Council - buy back for flood affected properties

Posted on Thursday 21st August 2014

The Brisbane City Council (Council) will negotiate with owners of flood affected properties to purchase their property for fair market value.

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Rogers Street - West End

Posted on Thursday 13th March 2014

Requirement for land by the Brisbane City Council to provide green space in West End.

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Flood levees to be constructed in rural Queensland towns

Posted on Wednesday 2nd October 2013

Is your property affected the construction of or a proposed levee bank?

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Upgrade to Kingsford Smith Drive

Posted on Friday 12th July 2013

Proposed deal with the Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) will allow Brisbane City Council (Council) to bring forward planned upgrades to Kingsford Smith Drive and Wynnum Road.

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Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade

Posted on Monday 25th February 2013

This article appeared in the Quest Newspaper's "City North News" on the 14th February 2013 For more information regarding resumption and your legal rights, please contact Pas Cece of this office.

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State pushes Commonwealth for infrastructure prioirities

Posted on Tuesday 12th February 2013

Deputy Premier issues press release confirming government's commitment to infrastructure projects

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Reserve Bank supports Cross River Rail Project

Posted on Tuesday 29th January 2013

Reserve Bank board members Heather Ridout and John Edwards support investing in key urban projects, such as the Cross River Rail.

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Cross River Rail Project - "Road to Riches"

Posted on Thursday 24th January 2013

Reserve Bank Board members call for the Queensland Government to invest in infrastructure projects, such as the Cross River Rail Project to boost the State's economy.

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Moreton Bay Rail Link: Where to from Here?

Posted on Thursday 1st November 2012

"Design delays for Moreton Bay Rail Link, but finishing date still 2016" (Courier Mail, 11 October 2012) - what does this mean for affected property owners?

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