LDA Claims to Have Discussed Asbestos Removal With Residents
The Land Development Agencysays claims to have operated with extensive consultation including letters and seven newsletters sent to residents.
LDA Chief Executive David Dawes says site is being managed in accordance with strict environmental controls.
“The LDA is working with the Environmental Protection Agency and ACT WorkSafe to ensure that these measures are being rigorously adhered to by the contractor,” he said.
“A strict stockpile management protocol is being undertaken and an environmental consultant is on site overseeing all stockpile movements of asbestos contaminated material.
“The environmental consultant is also ensuring that appropriate dust suppression methods are being undertaken.”
He says air quality monitoring for asbestos contamination is continuing and to date the monitoring has been clear.
The LDA has also announced it will post on its website the weekly program of works to be undertaken on the site.
The master plan for the Campbell 5 site includes buildings for residential, retail and commercial uses plus parkland and walking paths.
Once completed the site is expected to have about 520 dwelling units.
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