Hoping to rebuild on a flood-proof stage by means of the federal government’s promised Construct Again Higher scheme, she stated she’s heard little again about this system.
“The home is livable once more, I’ve simply performed what I wanted,” she stated.
“It’ll flood once more, so I am simply sitting right here ready for the subsequent one.”
Moore stated she’s been left annoyed making an attempt to entry promised help from the federal government.
“May you simply hurry up and assist us, most of us work and pay tax and do the proper factor,” she stated.
“Can we simply have some cash please?”
The $750 million Construct Again Higher scheme, a collaboration between state and federal governments, was introduced in Might this yr, nonetheless solely a fraction of the over 4300 residents who utilized have acquired compensation.
Of the 4363 who’ve registered their curiosity in this system, 4009 are eligible for help.
By means of the scheme, 470 persons are asking the federal government to purchase again their houses, whereas 1300 folks have utilized to have their houses raised to a flood-proof top.
Over 1560 folks have requested to have their houses rebuilt with flood resilient modifications.
A authorities spokesperson stated surveyors are at the moment assessing houses.
They stated householders can apply for as much as $50,000 for retrofitting, repairing or flood-proofing their houses.
They will apply for $100,000 in the direction of the price of elevating their houses.
Candidates can solely apply for one help grant.
“We have got to do it as soon as and we have to do it proper, we wish to be sure the cash goes to the people who want it,” Jess Pugh, the member for Mount Ommaney, stated.