Libs back plans for central coast airport

Libs back plans for central coast airport

O’Carroll reports the Government’s response in the matter is to try to limit criticism and to take the time required to address some of the questions that have been raised about its plans.

That’s why he notes the Government says it has not yet received any formal notice from Transfield Services that it will be required to cancel the lease.

In the meantime, the company has decided to put their “final order out” for its business to be cancelled and will take the time needed to consider it.

It’s the company’s decision but it may affect the way the contract is being awarded to Transfield.

It’s likely to make it difficult for the contract to be renewed, but not impossible.

The government says it’s yet to hear anything from Transfield but is confident their position will be reviewed.

But it would seem there’s more coming the other way as they’re continuing with their planned reopening of the Minto Road site.

Speaking after his visit, Commissioner Shane Karpany said he was pleased for the contractors and contractors who’ve invested in infrastructure such as the airport.

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He said while there is talk of potential redundancies, the majority of them would come through the temporary hiring of people from the Port of Northland.

“Our local and regional staff, in particular our Port of Northland officers, will stay here for the rest of this, but we will work with the contractors to take on additional staff that are better suited to this project.

“Our commitment to the Port of Wellington is that they remain the Port of Wellington.

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