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3. Unsafe road conditions near village extension

3. Unsafe road conditions near village extension

On 20 May 2019, I made a written complaint on behalf of a group of residents, to the Sunshine Coast Council about the unsafe road conditions near the site of the Laurel Springs Retirement village extension. The original concrete road had broken up and had not been replaced, leaving elderly residents to walk through mud; the scheme operators, in their role as developers, were required to replace the road.

3.1 Unsafe road conditions

3.1.1 Residents were forced to walk over damaged paving, then up a steep gravel road and through mud, because the scheme operators did not replace the concrete road until many months after it was damaged during site-works for their new development:

Evidence Document D8.7 - 01

3.2 Breach of contract

3.2.1 By failing to repair the damaged road, until many months after they damaged it, the scheme operators were in breach of clause 2 of the Residence Contract and Service Agreement:

Evidence Document D8.7 - 04

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