Tomaree Lodge update on March update
From: Craig Heinjus <Craig.Heinjus@justice.nsw.gov.au>
Sent: Tuesday, 6 April 2021 3:51 PM
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Jim Breen <Jim.Breen@facs.nsw.gov.au>
Subject: RE: Tomaree Lodge -Tomaree Headland Shoal Bay Port Stephens
Thank you for your email and the related background information and correspondence, much appreciated.
You are correct, we are at the stage the new group homes are nearing completion for the remaining residents to be relocated to their new homes. I can ensure you that I have in place the ongoing maintenance of the lawns and ground, building maintenance and security in readiness. The site will be maintained to an acceptable level of condition.
You may be aware, Tomaree Lodge was subject to damage to sheds by a landslide and internal road damage by flooding due to the recent storm activity late last month. We are in the process of making safe and rectifying the minor damage.
I would like to acknowledge that no decisions have been made and we are in early stages of understanding the condition of the site following the residents moving out. I anticipate that I will be in a position to meet with you in the coming months to discuss the transition and way forward.
Director Infrastructure Operations
Infrastructure and Assets
Department of Communities and Justice NSW
Level 4, 93 George Street, Parramatta NSW
M: 0429 153 732 | E: email@example.com
Tomaree Lodge Update March 2021
Please find in the attached pdf a letter from Kate Washington MP and the Hon Gareth Ward MP regarding Tomaree Lodge.