When will Memerambi be completed?
WORK on the Memerambi Estate should be completed any day now, more than four years after construction began on the Bunya Hwy.
More than $2 million was forked out to finish the estate's road works, plumbing, drainage and electricity after the South Burnett Regional Council voted to take on the project last year.
Conclusion of the work will allow property owners to move into their houses and start maintenance work on the estate.
South Burnett Regional Council mayor Keith Campbell said despite a few setbacks as a result of the weather, the project was near completion.
"I drove past the Memerambi Estate and noticed the driveways are having their entrances put in and I believe that's pretty much the conclusion of the work that's required to be done," Cr Campbell said.
"Subject to weather, I think it would be safe to say that by mid-August, hopefully, it should all be completed."
Memerambi property owners were placed in limbo when developer Summit View Meritor Pty Ltd went into liquidation in 2013.
Although owners will be forced to foot up to $30,000 for the council's reign of the estate, Cr Campbell said many were relived a solution had been offered.
"I feel very positive that we will have an outcome in Memerambi that will be very positive," Cr Campbell said.
"I think everyone will be appreciative that, at long last, work at Memerambi has been done for it to be tidied up.
"Council has led the charge to try and find a solution to the problem and I'm very comfortable with the decision we made to borrow the money."