Is it true there is a lot of movement in the soil in Peppercorn Place and in Flinders View?

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Can vouch for that, have been renting a house in Jonquil cct, around the corner from Peppercorn & it is cracking up slowly but surely for the past 5 years. did hear recently that 7 houses had to be demolished due to soil movement can anyone confirm the location of these?
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Having previously lived in Peppercorn Place and Reif Street, I can say that yes there is soil movement, dependant on where you reside in Flinders View. Peppercorn Place is not too bad, but lower streets at the entrance to and within the Fairview Rise estate are very prone to soil movement, as it is reclaimed swampland. It is the usual Blacksoil problem that plaques many suburbs in the Ipswich area. The east side of Reif Street is also vulnerable to soil movement.
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