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    Deputy Premier, Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning
    The Honourable Jeff Seeney

    Another chance to call Mary Valley home

    Deputy Premier, Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning
    The Honourable Jeff Seeney

    Wednesday, February 05, 2014

    Another chance to call Mary Valley home

    Twelve new Mary Valley properties hit the open market today, with picturesque family homes, weekenders and a luxury retreat up for sale.

    Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning Jeff Seeney said revitalising the Mary Valley by returning government-owned properties to private ownership was a key election promise of the Newman Government.

    “The former Labor government failed the people of the Mary Valley with its disastrous Traveston Dam policy,” Mr Seeney said.

    “Our strategy to revitalise the region has seen families and businesses return and a reinvigorated sense of community develop.

    “Based on previous sales activity, we expect this latest release of township and rural acreage properties to draw keen interest from locals and buyers further afield.

    “To date, 125 sales contracts have been signed in the valley with more pending.

    “My department has also been working with a number of potential business investors considering locating to the valley.”

    Prices for the 12 new properties, located in Ridgewood, Carters Ridge, Tuchekoi, Brooloo, Imbil and Kandanga, have been released today (5 February), and the properties will be open for inspection this weekend (8-9 February).

    Offers on this latest land release will close at 5pm on 12 February 2014.

    To view the properties visit www.maryvalleyproperty.com/

    [ENDS] 5 February 2014

    Media Contact: Jane Paterson 0417 281 754 or Elizabeth Spry 0418 928 744