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Passed legislation to repeal the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation, 41 years after its temporary establishment.
One of the most important roles of the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation was the manufacturing and selling of the image of Albury-Wodonga.
The Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation ceased its development activities in 2004, at which time it owned some 6,500 hectares.
In the 2014-15 Budget, we announced the abolition of the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation.
The Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation was originally established as part of an agreement between the Commonwealth, New South Wales and Victorian State Governments with the objective of developing Albury-Wodonga into a major inland city by purchasing and developing large tracts of land.
Following its establishment in 1974 the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation held 24,079 hectares.
The wind-up of the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation has been planned since 2004 when the NSW and Victorian State Governments agreed to withdraw from the scheme.
The Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation (Abolition) Bill 2014 has now passed through the Parliament and will allow the Government to wind-up the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation by 31 December 2014.
The Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation commissioned this history to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Albury-Wodonga Growth Centre project.
Since squatting days, the Riverina has exhibited inter-colonial and interstate rivalries which are still being played out right now, in the rural and regional affairs committee of the Federal Senate, as part of the winding up of the Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation.