Defence sells land for new road for $1

By , 19/06/2018 11:34

LIVERPOOL Council will acquire roughly 1798 square metres of Department of Defence land in Holsworthy for the development of a public road.
Nanjing Night Net

As part of the Moorebank Units Relocation Project, the department must build a new Heathcote Road entry point between The Boulevard roundabout and Williams Creek to meet Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) requirements.

The department cannot dedicate land for the use of a public road and, according to the council report, the only way RMS requirements can be met is for Liverpool Council to take over ownership of that portion of land and gazette it for public use.

The council will pay $1 for the transaction.

Once the land is deemed public, RMS will take over the maintenance of the road and the signalling.

The Department of Defence will foot the bill for the exchange and for any other associated costs.

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