Three more homes are being built at Point Boston after the development’s interim waste disposal system was approved.THREE homes are in the process of being built at Point Boston after approval was granted for the development’s interim waste disposal system.
The $400 million eco-housing project was on hold until SA Health certified the interim waste arrangements late last year, allowing landholders to start moving into their homes and start building on their land.
The community corporation that manages the development recently held its annual general meeting with office holders including chairman Ian Crossland returned to their positions.
Mr Crossland said it was good to see activity on site with three homes being built and more planned.
The corporation is preparing plans for the permanent waste water treatment facility.
Mr Crossland said the water engineers had stated the number of homes required to be built before the corporation could access the development funds to complete the waste treatment plant would depend on the volume of waste water produced and the final design of the water treatment facility.
There are nine homes completed.
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