KELVIN'S BLOG: More sub-standard, dangerous apartment towers

KELVIN'S BLOG: More sub-standard, dangerous apartment towers

The Sydney Morning Herald has revealed that the multilevel apartment complex in Canterbury was at severe “risk to occupants”, sparking an emergency meeting to decide if residents should be evacuated.


A 10-storey apartment building in Sydney’s south-west has been flagged as at serious risk of collapse due to its structural integrity, engineers report.

The Sydney Morning Herald has revealed that the multilevel apartment complex in Canterbury was at severe “risk to occupants”, sparking an emergency meeting to decide if residents should be evacuated.

Engineers and government officials were inspecting the six-year-old building, while some residents have reportedly packed their belongings.

Meanwhile the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet has recommended to incoming Premier Perrottet a population surge of 2 million extra migrants over the next 5 years.

No doubt the Department, and other Property Ponzi scheme promoters, think the extra 2 million people can and should be housed in new high rise apartment complexes.

What could possibly go wrong?

The Hon. Kelvin Thomson
National Committee
Sustainable Australia Party
@HonKelThomson

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