What is the rehabilitation and/or remediation requirement for existing infrastructure and services in the town

Under the current town headlease arrangements, all current sub-lease holders are required to undertake rehabilitation works prior to expiry of the sub-lease on or before 30 June 2021. This requirement applies to all residential, industrial, commercial and infrastructure sub-leases in Jabiru.

The Director of National Parks, as the lessor and JTDA as the Headlease holder have approved the conduct of comprehensive assessments on all lots located on the Jabiru Headlease area.

These assessments will determine whether all covenants under current lease arrangements have been duly performed and will provide a report about the state of repair and condition of all buildings, structures, infrastructure or other improvement in, on or over each lot.

These assessments will inform decisions about the condition of the infrastructure and any remediation works that must be completed prior to the transfer of the town. It is anticipated these assessments will commence in July 2019 and be complete by the end of 2019.

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 sub-lessees in Jabiru.

Last updated: 11 June 2019

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