The Court gave the upcoming project the approval to resume operations in the country.
Australia.- The Australian operator Crown Resorts was cleared by the New South Wales Land and Environment Court after residents of a nearby town filed a case against them for allegedly violating the location of the construction.
Millers Point Fund Incorportated, the group of residents that argued that the upcoming resort was occupying a territory that was already reserved for a park, also said that the New South Wales Planning Commission violated Sydney’s Casino Control Act when they granted them the approval for building the facility in that territory. Justice Robson ruled that there was no jurisdiction error in the approval, and that Millers Point Fund Incorporated would have to pay for the legal costs of the lawsuit. The group said that they’re planning on appealing the decision in 2017.
The project is set to offer more than 10.000 employment positions as well as additional 1 million tourists to the Australian state. The Southport Split integrated resort will be constructed on a 5 hectare waterfront that is located near the Gold Coast Fisherman’s Co-operative, and is expected that it will boost the economy when all the facilities are open to the public.