North-West Anglican church properties to be sold to fund National Redress Scheme

The Advocate

August 23, 2020

By Meg Powell

An empty “bush block” at Rosebery is the latest property owned by the Anglican Church of Tasmania to join the open market.

Bishop Richard Condie in 2018 announced a decision to sell off diocesan property to fund its contribution to the National Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.

A total of 108 properties were initially listed, and then cut down to 73 after local parishes chipped in thousands of dollars.

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