Posted on Friday, February 18th, 2011 in by Matt Garmony
A recent article in the WA Business News on 16 February 2011 reported the Kimberley Land Council is of the view the Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett should drop compulsory acquisition of land for the Woodside Petroleum’s James Point gas hub, 60 km north of Broome.
We understand there has been a long-running dispute between various parties which prompted Colin Barnett to compulsory acquire the land. Our licensed property valuers at Garmony Property Consultants have significant experience in providing valuations for compulsory acquisitions and also acting as advocates in the negotiation process, advising our clients of their entitlements relating to the relevant heads of claim. Please contact Matt Garmony, licensed valuer for further information.