Mascot Towers residents collect their possessions while being faced with paying $ 1 million in repairs

Frustrated Mascot Towers residents are allowed in affected building to collect stuff when confronted with $ 1million bill to repair cracked foundations

  • Residents of the towers have been seen who wear their safety
  • On June 14 it was announced that 122 apartments were evacuated due to cracks
  • The government of the NSW has announced that it will partially pay for emergency housing
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Mascot Towers residents are forced to remove their belongings from their apartments because they want to pay the $ 1 million bill to repair cracked foundations.

The residents of the building in southern Sydney were called on Thursday for an emergency meeting of four hours, where they agreed to pay the special charge no later than August 1.

People could see moving barbecues, boxes of things and suitcases on Sunday after 122 apartments were forced evacuated on June 14 after concerns from engineers.

Mascot Towers residents are forced to take their belongings out of their apartments because they want to pay the $ 1 million bill to repair cracked foundations

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Mascot Towers residents are forced to take their belongings out of their apartments because they want to pay the $ 1 million bill to repair cracked foundations

The malicious and now homeless residents used trolleys and bundles of shopping bags to move their belongings because it was clear that they would not return home soon.

The malicious and now homeless residents used trolleys and bundles of shopping bags to move their belongings because it was clear that they would not return home soon.

The malicious and now homeless residents used trolleys and bundles of shopping bags to move their belongings because it was clear that they would not return home soon.

There are still cracks in the ten-year-old foundation structure of the building that, according to engineers, could be caused by various factors.

Engineers have said that the complex may stabilize, but that it requires substantial and expensive repairs.

The irritated and now homeless residents used trolleys and bundles of shopping bags to shift their things because it was clear that they would not return home soon.

One of the owners, Christian Horn, said they were abandoned by the government after it became known that NSW only offers a guarantee for buildings up to six years old.

The residents of the South Sydney building were called on Thursday for a four-hour emergency meeting, where they agreed to pay the first million of the special charge as of August 1.
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The residents of the South Sydney building were called on Thursday for a four-hour emergency meeting, where they agreed to pay the first million of the special charge as of August 1.

The residents of the South Sydney building were called on Thursday for a four-hour emergency meeting, where they agreed to pay the first million of the special charge as of August 1.

One of the owners, Christian Horn, said they were abandoned by the government after it was revealed that NSW only provides a guarantee for buildings up to six years old and lets the owners pay the bill

One of the owners, Christian Horn, said they were abandoned by the government after it was revealed that NSW only provides a guarantee for buildings up to six years old and lets the owners pay the bill

One of the owners, Christian Horn, said they were abandoned by the government after it was revealed that NSW only provides a guarantee for buildings up to six years old and lets the owners pay the bill

Minister of Better Regulation Kevin Anderson announced that the government would reimburse the payment for a stay of up to three months at a capped price

Minister of Better Regulation Kevin Anderson announced that the government would reimburse the payment for a stay of up to three months at a capped price

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Minister of Better Regulation Kevin Anderson announced that the government would reimburse the payment for a stay of up to three months at a capped price

& # 39; The residents of 132 units have fallen victim to the government's massive shortcomings when it comes to protecting the rights of strata owners & # 39 ;, Mr. Horn said.

Mr. Horn has set up one Go to Fund me to help raise the first million, but so far only $ 4,000 has been donated for what he said could be a repair law of $ 6 million.

Residents are likely to go to an emergency home after the NSW government said they should & # 39; do the good & # 39; by the residents.

Adding insult to the owner's injury revealed on Saturday that hopeful buyers pitch prices as low as $ 1000 for properties that were previously worth around $ 770,000

Adding insult to the owner's injury revealed on Saturday that hopeful buyers pitch prices as low as $ 1000 for properties that were previously worth around $ 770,000

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Adding insult to the owner's injury revealed on Saturday that hopeful buyers pitch prices as low as $ 1000 for properties that were previously worth around $ 770,000

Residents are likely to go to an emergency home after the NSW government said they should & # 39; do the good & # 39; had to finance part of their temporary housing costs

Residents are likely to go to an emergency home after the NSW government said they should & # 39; do the good & # 39; had to finance part of their temporary housing costs

Residents are likely to go to an emergency home after the NSW government said they should & # 39; do the good & # 39; had to finance part of their temporary housing costs

Minister of Better Regulation Kevin Anderson announced that the government would reimburse the payment for a stay of up to three months at a capped price.

In addition to the funds, he has announced & # 39; the biggest turmoil in the construction industry this state has ever known & # 39 ;, trying to restore confidence in the sector.

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Adding insult to the owner's injury revealed on Saturday that hopeful buyers suggested prices as low as $ 1000 for properties that were previously worth around $ 770,000, according to Sydney Morning Herald.

& # 39; We had a lot of ridiculous offers, but we take them with a grain of salt. We have had offers of just $ 1000, $ 10,000, $ 100,000, & # 39; said MGM Properties Michael Xylas.

Cracks are still visible in the ten-year-old foundation structure of the building that can be caused by a number of reasons

Cracks are still visible in the ten-year-old foundation structure of the building that can be caused by a number of reasons

Cracks are still visible in the ten-year-old foundation structure of the building that can be caused by a number of reasons

Engineers have said that the complex may stabilize, but that it requires substantial and expensive repairs

Engineers have said that the complex may stabilize, but that it requires substantial and expensive repairs

Engineers have said that the complex may stabilize, but that it requires substantial and expensive repairs

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