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Tracking cracks: The startups aiming to stop apartment disasters

Construction tech startups believe they can stop Mascot Towers-style incidents by monitoring building safety in real time.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mascot Towers residents still can't return

One month on, there's still no word on what caused cracking in Sydney's Mascot Towers or when residents can permanently go back to their homes.
SBS - Published

2017 report found cracks in Mascot Towers

A dilapidation report prepared for Peak Towers in 2017 noted cases of cracking, material loss, material separation and efflorescence within Mascot Towers.
SBS - Published

Drones used to monitor Mascot Towers

Laser stations are currently in use and drones will be deployed in the coming weeks to monitor the movement of Mascot Towers and cracks in its structure.
SBS - Published

Building defects 'crisis' not fixed by government's package: lawyers

In the wake of the evacuation of the Mascot Towers apartment block, the Berejiklian Government said it would introduce new consumer protection legislation by the end of the year
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mascot Towers engineers need four weeks

Engineers are still investigating the cause of problems plaguing the evacuated Mascot Towers, with residents unlikely to return home in the short term.
SBS - Published

'Looking for answers': Mascot Towers' owners want to return home

Owners are threatening to take matters into their own hands if they don't get answers on Thursday night when they meet with an engineer.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Council retrieves Mascot Towers documents

Geo-technical engineers are assessing Sydney's evacuated Mascot Towers as work continues to pinpoint the cause of the building's problems.
SBS - Published

Berejiklian Government reveals plan for post-Mascot Towers crackdown

Homeowners and apartment buyers would be owed a duty of care by builders and other participants in the property industry, under proposed reforms outlined by the state government.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Engineers continue to assess Mascot Towers

Geo-technical engineers are assessing Sydney's evacuated Mascot Towers as work continues to pinpoint the cause of the building's problems.
SBS - Published

Mascot Towers developers busy building apartments across Sydney

Many of the directors and shareholders of the companies responsible for the beleaguered Mascot Towers unit block continue to be involved in a range of Sydney property projects.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mayor denies 'cover up' over Mascot Towers

An engineer says Sydney's evacuated Mascot Towers appears to be "moving in a downward motion" but a spokesman for the owners' corporation says it's not sinking.
SBS - Published

Mascot Towers 'moving in downward motion', latest engineer update says

Mascot Towers' coordinating engineer has informed the residents of a new issue along the northern and eastern boundaries of the complex.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Morrison tangled up in red tape: will he e-v-e-r learn?

‘‘Cutting red tape’’ – that’s what our state government proudly proclaimed as it proceeded to slash scores of regulations, e.g. in the building industry. So now we get Opal Tower, Mascot..
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

Berejiklian coy on towers' rescue loan

The NSW government will pay for emergency accommodation for people evacuated from Mascot Towers but the money will be reclaimed when insurance kicks in.
SBS - Published

NSW govt to help Mascot Tower homeless

The NSW government will pay for emergency accommodation for people evacuated from Mascot Towers but the money will be reclaimed when insurance kicks in.
SBS - Published

NSW Government to foot bill for Mascot Towers residents' temporary accommodation

The state government will announce assistance for residents of the cracking Mascot Towers in Sydney, including reimbursing their temporary accommodation costs.
SBS - Published

Fundraising efforts to help Mascot Towers

One week after residents were forced to flee the structurally damaged Mascot Towers, fundraising efforts are underway to help pay for repairs.
SBS - Published

Mascot Towers residents could get 'unprecedented' emergency relief

The NSW government is exploring options to deliver an unprecedented emergency relief package for residents forced to evacuate the troubled Mascot Towers apartment block. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'No effective oversight': why the Opal and Mascot Towers cases may be the tip of a very large iceberg

The Mascot Towers crisis is the second seismic shock delivered to the Sydney high-rise residential market in just six months.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW vows action over Mascot Towers saga

Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the NSW government will hold to account those responsible for the damage to Mascot Towers, as owners face a hefty repair bill.
SBS - Published

Mascot Towers owners vote to foot $1m levy

Residents evacuated from the structurally damaged Mascot Towers won't be able to return home for at least a month as owners vote to fund a $1 million levy.
SBS - Published

Owners vote to pay $1m Mascot Towers bill

The owners of flats in Mascot Towers have voted to pay a $1 million bill for emergency repairs, but residents won't be able to move back in for at least a month
SBS - Published

Mascot Towers residents warned they won't return home for a month

Dozens of residents evacuated from the Sydney apartment block were gearing up to meet with strata and property managers on Thursday night.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mascot Towers unsafe for another month

There is hope the NSW premier will attend Thursday night's meeting between residents, owners and building experts at the structurally damaged Mascot Towers.
SBS - Published

Hopes premier will attend Mascot meeting

There is hope the NSW premier will attend Thursday night's meeting between residents, owners and building experts at the structurally damaged Mascot Towers.
SBS - Published

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