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In Woolooware NSW on “Construction of Stage 1...” at 455 Captain Cook Drive, Woolooware:

Jon dodd commented

This will be my last post on this topic of the development at 455 captain Cook Drive, Woolooware.
I urge residents who read these comments that it is extremely important to post your views, whether you are for or against this development.
Please do your research on this development before commenting.

Please contact the NSW department of Housing and ask them what percentage of these units they have the right to for public housing. (I think it is 10%) over a certain size.
When you find out the answer please ask them their vetting procedures for their applicants, are they new immigrants, recently released prison inmates, our local homeless people, and or just people doing it tough and need a roof over their head. Please double check the vetting procedures to ensure the safety of our children and our elderly who are not capable of defending themselves.
Then give the fire and Rescue a ring at Alexandria and ask them how high their ladders extend because you are think of buying on the 11th floor, and how many officers could they send to rescue you if the unforeseen happened and you needed to be rescued along with the other 3 to 4,000 residents.
Then to satisfy yourself that you are buying yourself a home and lifestyle, or an investment, have a look at market prices now to prices paid for the first units purchased off the plan and remember with the current rate of units being built, when you want to sell in five to ten years time how your investment or home will sell with another 3 to 4,000 new units on the market in the sutherland shire in competition to your unit.

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