What is happening to civic infrastructure

The Director of National Parks as the lessor and JTDA as the Headlease holder have agreed to conduct comprehensive assessments on all existing civic infrastructure to determine the removal, replacement or upgrade works that would satisfy the rehabilitation requirements under the town headlease. Upon completion of these assessments, the MoU Parties in conjunction with Jabiru Kabolkmakmen Limited will work to develop a clear outline of the precise rehabilitation requirement applicable to all civic infrastructure that also supports the repurposing and redevelopment of Jabiru in accordance with the Jabiru Masterplan.

The NT Government has guaranteed essential services including the ongoing supply of water, sewage infrastructure and waste disposal at current levels for the next 5 years from 1 July 2018.

Some new works will be required in order to increase the operational life span of essential services infrastructure including power, water, sewage and waste disposal.

Last updated: 11 June 2019

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