THE owners of two asbestos houses on Murdoch Street near the Moona Moona Creek bridge will be in court tomorrow (Friday).
Despite assurances that builders would be on site on Tuesday to begin demolishing the two asbestos houses they remain untouched.
Shoalhaven City Council’s director of Development Services, Tim Fletcher, said Casisea Pty Ltd the owners of the buildings had given an undertaking to have the site cleared of asbestos by Friday.
“Our expectations is that work would be done by Friday,” he said.
“If it’s not done the matter is set to go back before the court, where court orders and costs will be sought by council.”
The Register contacted council today in regard to the matter and was told that the buildings were not demolished and so the issue had been listed for a hearing Friday.