Thought I would post on here to clear up some confusion and panic about the latest Real Estate news occurring in Willow Court, as it is a bit confusing. There seems to be two things happening here. One is the vendor is trying sell the Oval Wards through LJ Hooker.
If you notice anyone digging around Willow Court this weekend don't worry its the Dirty Weekend of Archaeology for Teachers. The Dirty Weekend of Archaeology for Teachers is three days of teacher professional learning, where participants are immersed in a real archaeological excavation. Teachers will be involved in planning, excavating,
I was contacted recently from a lady stating that she had a Royal Derwent Hospital Electronic Convulsive Therapy (ECT) machine that she bought at Auction some time ago. She informed me that the Auction in which she bought it from labelled it as a ECT machine from Royal Derwent Hospital.
I had the great honour of buying this rare piece of Willow Court History this week from what I was told was a deceased estate in New Norfolk. The Auctioneer stated that a person representing the Estate brought it to Auction and knew that it had been sitting in the
Agenda Thursday, 18th January 2018 7.2 Cr Bester – Legal advice for Oval Buildings That the General Manager report to the February meeting with independent legal advice regarding the Council's options to either complete the sale of the property at Willow Court known as the "Oval Buildings" (formerly Wards D,
Abatement- suppression or termination: abatement of a nuisance; A new notice has been placed on the Oval Wards recently. The Derwent Valley Council has issued Mr Tony Ellis of Glenora II Pty an Abatement Notice under Section 199A of the Local Government Act 1993 Specifically cut the grass. Earlier this