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NSW paid almost as much as commonwealth for land near Western Sydney airport – The Guardian

Property records reveal the state bought a block for $2.35m per hectare, which compares with $2.43m for the Leppington Triangle

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The New South Wales government paid almost $5m to acquire a two-hectare block of land near the Western Sydney airport, roughly the same rate paid in the federal governments much-criticised acquisition of the Leppington Triangle.
The dealings of both the state and federal governments in the area surrounding the proposed airport have attracted significant controversy in recent weeks, following damning revelations aired in both a federal audit and a state anti-corruption hearing.
The audit found the…

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