When a $1 million shower renovation project was cancelled due to the drought

Posted May 15, 2019 07:30:36The state government has agreed to refund $1.7 million of the $2.9 million cost of a $700,000 renovation of a toilet at Beaver Stadium in Sydney’s north.

Key points:The $700k toilet renovation was due to be completed in 2019But the project has been delayed by the drought”The NSW Government has agreed with the builder that the $700K toilet renovation will now be undertaken and completed,” a NSW Government statement said.

“The construction team is now finalising the project to be delivered by the end of this month.”

The State Government is yet to decide on the amount of the refund.

The toilet renovation project at Beavers Stadium is due to have completed in 2020.

It will be repaired, a $350,000 work on the roof and improvements to the main bowl and side doors, a new bowl for each side and a new shower.

“This is a great opportunity to restore the stadium and to show the world that we can rebuild our public spaces, our community, our city and the nation,” NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.

The project was due for completion in 2019.

The NSW State Government has said the $350k project was delayed due to drought conditions.

It was due in 2019, but the state government is yet again delaying the project.

A total of $700m of funding for the project was also delayed in March.

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