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Information provided below is correct as at 28 April 2022

Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain continues to grow at an amazing pace, with construction of new homes starting each week.

Our newest address, The Crossing, is underway and we are extremely excited that residents will start settling their lots soon.  If you would like further information on our next stage releases email us or phone us on 1800 223 050.

While we continue to be challenged by weather and Covid conditions in 2022 we are excited to keep moving forward to deliver The Crossing at Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain.

The Crossing Stages 1 & 6


Road construction is progressing well, with first sections of kerb now completed. Final sections of kerb are expected to be completed by mid-May. Electrical reticulation is progressing well in these stages. We expect to call for settlements for these stages in June. As settlement approaches, please contact your bank to finalise your finance.

Access is available for soil testing, valuations and survey to select lots on Mondays from 10:00am, please click below to review the lot plan to check if your lot is available. If your lot is available, please email [email protected] to book a time.

The Crossing Stages 4 & 5


Construction is ongoing with trenching for services continuing this month. Construction of retaining walls and fencing has now commenced. We expect to call for settlements for these stages in June. As settlement approaches, please contact your bank to finalise your finance.

Access will be available soon for soil testing to select lots on Mondays from 10:00am, please click below to review the lot plan to check if your lot is available. If your lot is available, please email [email protected] to book a time

The Crossing Stages 7 to 10


Retaining wall construction is progressing well in these stages. Sewer and water installation is continuing. First sections of kerb in these stages are now completed. Final sections of kerb are expected to be completed by mid-May. We expect to call for settlements for these stages in June. As settlement approaches, please contact your bank to finalise your finance.

Access is available for soil testing, valuations and survey to select lots on Mondays from 10:00am, please click below to review the lot plan to check if your lot is available. If your lot is available, please email [email protected] to book a time.

The Crossing Stages 12 to 19, 23 to 28


Bulk earthworks are continuing across these stages, some detailed earthworks have now also commenced. Early civil works are expected to commence late this month. We are expecting to call for settlements for Stages 12 to 19 toward the end of this year, Stages 23 to 28 are expected early-mid 2023.

Silver Jubilee Park


Civil construction of the park is progressing well however due to rain, final earthworks and stormwater construction is still continuing in the eastern portion of the site. Construction of the mixed-use and basketball courts will be commencing this month. Landscape construction across the park, including the playground, sports fields and associated open space areas will commence following completion of the civil works.

Retaining Wall Requirements


Now is a good time to contact your builder to ensure they are providing necessary drainage works for your yard!

As per your contract of sale, it is the responsibility of the owner/builder/designer of the low side allotment to ensure the subsoil drains of the high side lot is connected to their internal allotment stormwater systems within their yards to direct the flows to the road or an approved stormwater system.

Lendlease has provided signage which clearly identifies the subsoil drainage which requires connection to your lots stormwater system.

Illegal dumping

We remind you that upon notification from Lendlease, or when you have exchanged contracts on your block of land, you are responsible for the ongoing maintenance and overall general appearance of it. We urge you to proactively take all steps necessary (which may include the installation of temporary fencing) to fulfil this obligation and mitigate against any future clean-up costs that may be incurred from any illegal dumping on your lot. If you discover any waste materials on your block, or have evidence of unlawful dumping, please call Ipswich City Council on 07 3810 6666 or email council [email protected] or EHP online by emailing [email protected]