Cathedral Place Caretaking Update

$200 Credit on Electricity Accounts

The Queensland Government announced a $4 billion economic relief package for Queensland households and small businesses in line with the current climate, COVID-19.

Part of this package includes a $200 rebate applied to eligible electricity accounts for 2.1 million Queensland households, to offset the cost of water and electricity bills during these tough times.

When we heard about this payment, Cathedral Place Caretaking wanted to ensure that all the residents in our community were able to take advantage of the offer. So in conjunction with the Cathedral Place Community Body Corporate (CBC) who is the provider of the embedded electricity service at Cathedral Place, had instructed our contracted billing and connections agent, Watt’s Energy to submit a claim for this rebate on behalf of all residents whom are consumers of our embedded joint electricity network.

What do you need to do?

Absolutely nothing! In fact, we can confirm that your rebate has automatically be applied to your July 2020 electricity account, with nothing further is needed from you!

We are always on the lookout for ways in which we can provide our residents with a great service and are incredibly pleased to have the opportunity to coordinate this on your behalf.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the rebate or should the rebate not be applied to your account, please contact our billing provider, Watt’s Energy on (07) 3216-4509.


Residents Car Park

It has been bought to our attention by a number of concerned residents, that in recent times children are using the Cathedral Place Residents car park as a place to ride bikes, scooters, rollerblades and skateboards.

This is a huge health and safety concern, not only for the drivers using the car park but also children playing in a polluted and highly dangerous area.

The Resident's car park is not a play area and under no circumstances are any persons permitted to use this area, for any other purpose than to park their vehicle. Those caught using the area for anything other than parking a vehicle will be dealt with accordingly.