Another wave of residents from Sydney's damaged Opal Tower can move back into their homes immediately after the properties underwent strengthening works.
The tower’s builder Icon will cut off payments for temporary accommodation on Saturday for owners and tenants of some 50 apartments.
The body corporate’s engineers Cardno completed the works and conducted inspections last Friday, a statement from Icon said on Monday.
Residents are able to move back in immediately.
Two other groups of residents have moved back into about 170 apartments in the Sydney Olympic Park building since late January.
The newly built block in Sydney Olympic Park was evacuated on Christmas Eve after cracks were found in the building, sparking fears it could collapse.
Final remediation works are required on several levels before residents in about another 170 apartments can move back.
These works will begin once approval is given by the building’s body corporate.