Church's destruction date set down

DEMOLITION of Wodonga's Lutheran Church to make way for 18 townhouses is expected to occur next autumn. Alatalo Bros general manager Tony Moyle, whose firm is recasting the site for the church, said yesterday he expected the church and related buildings to be knocked down in March-April. Construction of the new homes is tipped to occur from the middle of next year and take six months. Mr Moyle was commenting after VCAT approved the project after an appeal by neighbours concerned at the impact of the housing. Expressions of interest have been taken from potential buyers, but sales were put on hold by the VCAT action. Costs are likely to rise with overheads spread over 18, rather than 20 townhouses as originally planned. DEMOLITION of Wodonga's Lutheran Church to make way for 18 townhouses is expected to occur next autumn. Alatalo Bros general manager Tony Moyle, whose firm is recasting the site for the church, said yesterday he expected the church and related buildings to be knocked down in March-April. Construction of the new homes is tipped to occur from the middle of next year and take six months. Expressions of interest have been taken from potential buyers, but sales were put on hold by the VCAT action.
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DEMOLITION of Wodonga’s Lutheran Church to make way for 18 townhouses is expected to occur next autumn. Alatalo Bros general manager Tony Moyle, whose firm is recasting the site for the church, said yesterday he expected the church and related buildings to be knocked down in March-April. Construction of the new homes is tipped to occur from the middle of next year and take six months. Mr Moyle was commenting after VCAT approved the project after an appeal by neighbours concerned at the impact of the housing. Expressions of interest have been taken from potential buyers, but sales were put on hold by the VCAT action. Costs are likely to rise with overheads spread over 18, rather than 20 townhouses as originally planned.

DEMOLITION of Wodonga’s Lutheran Church to make way for 18 townhouses is expected to occur next autumn.

Alatalo Bros general manager Tony Moyle, whose firm is recasting the site for the church, said yesterday he expected the church and related buildings to be knocked down in March-April.

Construction of the new homes is tipped to occur from the middle of next year and take six months.

Expressions of interest have been taken from potential buyers, but sales were put on hold by the VCAT action.