Sobcontractor wants scaffolding bill paid

Sobcontractor wants scaffolding bill paid

A Bathurst subcontractor says he and others are owed more than 76 thousand dollars by National Buildplan Group or NBG due to the stalled redevelopment work at Dubbo Base Hospital

 Jordan Robinson claims work was abruptly cancelled and the subcontractors were told to return to the site only to retrieve their property

 The stalling has come from the NBG going into voluntary administration after claims that it was not meeting its financial commitments

 Dubbo MP Tony Grant is addressing the issue and flew to Sydney yesterday aiming to help subcontractors in Dubbo who’ve been affected by the NBG collapse

Mr Grant says the money owed to subcontractors goes up to the hundreds of thousands of dollars and not only affects Dubbo but across the state with NBG having multiple projects in financial difficulty

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