Gwen Salisbury's Mooloolaba property has been resumed by Sunshine Coast Council for road purposes.
Gwen Salisbury's Mooloolaba property has been resumed by Sunshine Coast Council for road purposes. Warren Lynam

Evicted granny fears council won't compensate for home

UNCERTAINTY about whether or not Gwen Salisbury will get the compensation she wants for being forced from her home is stressing her out.

Her Mooloolaba home was resumed by Sunshine Coast Council last week to make way for a new road connection between Naroo Ct and Muraban St.

The roadworks are part of the council's Brisbane Rd upgrade project.

Mrs Salisbury, 76, has until February to get out of the property she has owned for more than 40 years, but as yet has not seen a cent of compensation.

She fears the council will stiff her and pay her far less than what she believes it is worth.

Read the full story at the Sunshine Coast Daily


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