Living Here

Development Updates

 

Information provided below is correct as at 27th February 2019.

Primrose (Stage 2)

Works have commenced on Primrose Stage 2C (lots 3401-3552), with our contractor commencing onsite in late December 2018.

We continue to anticipate settlements in late 2019 and further updates will be provided as construction continues.

We encourage you to take the opportunity during this settlement period to save and budget for your future ahead, as well as doing research on what you’d like your dream home to be.

Infrastructure and landscape

Over the next few months you will see the median strip along Escarpment Drive bloom with new trees, shrubs and flowers. We have selected plants which are reflective of the natural flora of the Illawarra and will provide colour in all four seasons.

Infrastructure and landscape - continued

Planning for the future Village Centre continues. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) campaign closed in late January for the sites and submissions are currently being reviewed by the project team. This is to ensure that the overall vision of our local neighbourhood centre remains in place.

The Village Centre is proposed to include retail shops, commercial and residential spaces, a café and a childcare facilities.

Parks, playgrounds and sportsgrounds

We are very pleased to see our largest park yet, District Park come to life at the opening in December 2018. If you would like to see the photos from our Christmas in the Park event late last year, please click here.

Construction is due to commence on our next park located in Stage 2B in February. This local park is due to be complete and open in mid-2019.

Community and facilities

Visit the Calderwood Valley Sprout Hub to enjoy coffee from our café Bean Roasted Espresso Bars or to use our community space for your local community group to meet.

Visit our Calderwood Valley Sprout Hub Facebook page to find out what activities you can join in on, such as the AFL Auskick (starting on 16 March 2019), the weekly Wednesday craft group or sign up for art classes.

Aboriginal Ranger Program

We are pleased to announce that the Muru Mittigar are working on the bush regeneration of the Macquarie Rivulet. The goal of their works is to restore the bush area along the rivulet to inhabit native Australian trees and vegetation, which includes the removal of non-native trees. Their day-to-day activity will also include the removal of weeds and on-going maintenance of the area.