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The master planned community of Pelican Waters has become a major showcase for diversity of builders’ product in South East Queensland as the demand for ready-built homes in the award-winning estate continues. Builders are responding enthusiastically to Pelican Waters’ newest precinct, Waterside, where construction activity is at record levels resulting in a wide range of new homes ready for sale, or being released to the market in coming months. General Manager of Development for Pelican Waters, Hamish Pressland, said of the approximate 200 home sites sold in 2015, 60% had already been built on. “Presently there are 10 brand new homes for sale and we anticipate a further 65 to come on line within the next 12 months,’’ he said. “More and more people are coming to Pelican Waters for turn-key product and currently the large variety available suits all tastes. Not only are our enquiry levels continuing to rise, but increasingly so too is the interest in new homes. More recently, about 30% of enquiry is for newly-built homes,’’ Mr Pressland said. Approximately 20 builders are active in the Waterside precinct, producing a wide selection of housing types from compact three-bedroom homes on 300sqm lots up to expansive four and five –bedroom large family homes. “The majority of builders are local Sunshine Coast companies that have realised the competitive advantage of doing business in Pelican Waters offers. Some of the builders are located in the Pelican Waters display village, others build only 10-15 homes a year whilst others are large volume builders,’’ Mr Pressland said. “These builders are not just buying a lot for a display home, they are investing in multiple land sales and creating outstanding opportunities that are now available throughout Pelican Waters. “A selection of builders include Ramsay Homes, In-Style Homes, Lifetime Construction, Stately Homes, Flood Family Homes, Murphy Homes, Crestmont Homes, Cush Constructions, Stylemaster Homes, Plantation Homes and many more.” Across the community there are opportunities to suit all budgets from entry level to high-end waterfront homes in the $900,000 range. “Diversity of product is a key feature of Pelican Waters where all tastes and budgets are catered for,’’ Mr Pressland said. “From waterfront, waterview and residential dry lots and an array of ready built product ranging from units, town houses and duplexes, to rear lane homes built to maximise living space, to traditional modern homes right up to waterfront trophy homes, there really is something for everybody. “The diversity of new homes means that no matter what you are looking for, Pelican Waters can cater to it. “We have families looking for a typical four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with kids activity space and room in the backyard to an older demographic downsizing but not wanting body corporate living. “The rear lane product, positioned on a smaller lot, almost no maintenance, but still with three and four bedroom options, double garage and space for a caravan or boat can meet this demand. There are large single and two storey duplexes also available to live in one and provide an income stream by renting the other or have your family close at hand,’’ he said. “The uplift in employment opportunities on the Sunshine Coast is partly responsible for the increased demand in both land and new property with Pelican Waters lifestyle living options providing a fantastic place to live. “There is a diverse range of people from all over the country starting to sort out their accommodation needs prior to starting work. Pelican Waters provides the type of safe, family friendly residential community that people are looking for to establish their lives. “It ticks all the important boxes such as proximity to private and public schools, shopping centre, new Puma service station, health centres, great parks and bikeways, access to waterways connected to the Pumicestone Passage and all only a stone’s throw from the beach. Under construction now is the start of the new town centre and marina precinct with a new child care centre and medical health hub to commence soon.” A range of home sites, waterfront villas, brand new homes, rear lane homes and town houses are all currently available at Pelican Waters which is leading the way in showcasing a diversity of product to suit any home buyer. February 22nd also saw the release of 20 brand new home sites in the heart of the emerging Pelican Waters town centre and marina precinct.

The master planned community of Pelican Waters has become a major showcase for diversity of builders’ product in South East Queensland as the demand for ready-built homes in the award-winning estate continues.   Builders are responding enthusiastically to Pelican Waters’ newest precinct, Waterside, where construction activity is at record levels resulting in a wide range of new homes ready for sale, or being released  to the market in coming months.   General Manager of Development for Pelican Waters, Hamish Pressland, said of the approximate 200 home sites sold in 2015, 60% had already been built on.   “Presently there are 10 brand new homes for sale and we anticipate a further 65 to come on line within the next 12 months,’’ he said.   “More and more people are coming to Pelican Waters for turn-key product and currently the large variety available suits all tastes.  Not only are our enquiry levels continuing to rise, but increasingly so too is the interest in new homes.  More recently, about 30% of enquiry is for newly-built homes,’’ Mr Pressland said.   Approximately 20 builders are active in the Waterside precinct, producing a wide selection of housing types from compact three-bedroom homes on 300sqm lots up to expansive four and five –bedroom large family homes.   “The majority of builders are local Sunshine Coast companies that have realised the competitive advantage of doing business in Pelican Waters offers.  Some of the builders are located in the Pelican Waters display village, others build only 10-15 homes a year whilst others are large volume builders,’’ Mr Pressland said.   “These builders are not just buying a lot for a display home, they are investing in multiple land sales and creating outstanding opportunities that are now available throughout Pelican Waters.   “A selection of builders include Ramsay Homes, In-Style Homes, Lifetime Construction, Stately Homes, Flood Family Homes, Murphy Homes, Crestmont Homes, Cush Constructions, Stylemaster Homes, Plantation Homes and many more.”  Across the community there are opportunities to suit all budgets from entry level to high-end waterfront homes in the $900,000 range.   “Diversity of product is a key feature of Pelican Waters where all tastes and budgets are catered for,’’ Mr Pressland said.   “From waterfront, waterview and residential dry lots and an array of ready built product ranging from units, town houses and duplexes, to rear lane homes built to maximise living space, to traditional modern homes right up to waterfront trophy homes, there really is something for everybody.   “The diversity of new homes means that no matter what you are looking for, Pelican Waters can cater to it.      “We have families looking for a typical four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with kids activity space and room in the backyard to an older demographic downsizing but not wanting body corporate living.   “The rear lane product, positioned on a smaller lot, almost no maintenance, but still with three and four bedroom options, double garage and space for a caravan or boat can meet this demand.  There are large single and two storey duplexes also available to live in one and provide an income stream by renting the other or have your family close at hand,’’ he said.   “The uplift in employment opportunities on the Sunshine Coast is partly responsible for the increased demand in both land and new property with Pelican Waters lifestyle living options providing a fantastic place to live.   “There is a diverse range of people from all over the country starting to sort out their accommodation needs prior to starting work. Pelican Waters provides the type of safe, family friendly residential community that people are looking for to establish their lives.   “It ticks all the important boxes such as proximity to private and public schools, shopping centre, new Puma service station, health centres, great parks and bikeways, access to waterways connected to the Pumicestone Passage and all only a stone’s throw from the beach. Under construction now is the start of the new town centre and marina precinct with a new child care centre and medical health hub to commence soon.”   A range of home sites, waterfront villas, brand new homes, rear lane homes and town houses are all currently available at Pelican Waters which is leading the way in showcasing a diversity of product to suit any home buyer.   February 22nd also saw the release of 20 brand new home sites in the heart of the emerging Pelican Waters town centre and marina precinct.

The master planned community of Pelican Waters has become a major showcase for diversity of builders’ product in South East Queensland as the demand for ready-built homes in the award-winning estate continues.

Builders are responding enthusiastically to Pelican Waters’ newest precinct, Waterside, where construction activity is at record levels resulting in a wide range of new homes ready for sale, or being released  to the market in coming months.

General Manager of Development for Pelican Waters, Hamish Pressland, said of the approximate 200 home sites sold in 2015, 60% had already been built on.

“Presently there are 10 brand new homes for sale and we anticipate a further 65 to come on line within the next 12 months,’’ he said.

“More and more people are coming to Pelican Waters for turn-key product and currently the large variety available suits all tastes.  Not only are our enquiry levels continuing to rise, but increasingly so too is the interest in new homes.  More recently, about 30% of enquiry is for newly-built homes,’’ Mr Pressland said.

Approximately 20 builders are active in the Waterside precinct, producing a wide selection of housing types from compact three-bedroom homes on 300sqm lots up to expansive four and five –bedroom large family homes.

“The majority of builders are local Sunshine Coast companies that have realised the competitive advantage of doing business in Pelican Waters offers.  Some of the builders are located in the Pelican Waters display village, others build only 10-15 homes a year whilst others are large volume builders,’’ Mr Pressland said.

“These builders are not just buying a lot for a display home, they are investing in multiple land sales and creating outstanding opportunities that are now available throughout Pelican Waters.

“A selection of builders include Ramsay Homes, In-Style Homes, Lifetime Construction, Stately Homes, Flood Family Homes, Murphy Homes, Crestmont Homes, Cush Constructions, Stylemaster Homes, Plantation Homes and many more.”

Across the community there are opportunities to suit all budgets from entry level to high-end waterfront homes in the $900,000 range.

“Diversity of product is a key feature of Pelican Waters where all tastes and budgets are catered for,’’ Mr Pressland said.

“From waterfront, waterview and residential dry lots and an array of ready built product ranging from units, town houses and duplexes, to rear lane homes built to maximise living space, to traditional modern homes right up to waterfront trophy homes, there really is something for everybody.

“The diversity of new homes means that no matter what you are looking for, Pelican Waters can cater to it.

“We have families looking for a typical four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with kids activity space and room in the backyard to an older demographic downsizing but not wanting body corporate living.

“The rear lane product, positioned on a smaller lot, almost no maintenance, but still with three and four bedroom options, double garage and space for a caravan or boat can meet this demand.  There are large single and two storey duplexes also available to live in one and provide an income stream by renting the other or have your family close at hand,’’ he said.

“The uplift in employment opportunities on the Sunshine Coast is partly responsible for the increased demand in both land and new property with Pelican Waters lifestyle living options providing a fantastic place to live.

“There is a diverse range of people from all over the country starting to sort out their accommodation needs prior to starting work. Pelican Waters provides the type of safe, family friendly residential community that people are looking for to establish their lives.

“It ticks all the important boxes such as proximity to private and public schools, shopping centre, new Puma service station, health centres, great parks and bikeways, access to waterways connected to the Pumicestone Passage and all only a stone’s throw from the beach. Under construction now is the start of the new town centre and marina precinct with a new child care centre and medical health hub to commence soon.”

A range of home sites, waterfront villas, brand new homes, rear lane homes and town houses are all currently available at Pelican Waters which is leading the way in showcasing a diversity of product to suit any home buyer.

February 22nd also saw the release of 20 brand new home sites in the heart of the emerging Pelican Waters town centre and marina precinct.

 

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Palmview’s largest masterplanned community releases land and park ahead of schedule

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Palmview’s largest masterplanned community releases land and park ahead of schedule

An artist’s impression of Harmony’s grand linear park.Source:Supplied

A SUNSHINE COAST developer has fast-tracked the latest land release to meet demand from locals and interstate sea-changers.

AVID Property Group general manager Queensland Bruce Harper said their development Harmony was the largest masterplanned community in Palmview, which is about 85km north of Brisbane.

Palmview’s largest masterplanned community releases land and park ahead of schedule

Once complete, Harmony, is expected to house about 4500 new residents.Source:Supplied

He said they released the latest neighbourhood Unity, which brought 34 more blocks of land, ranging in size from 250sq m to 505sq m, to meet the demand.

“Residential property demand is surging in the region and as prices continue to rise, buyers are increasingly looking for affordable land options in desirable locations,” Mr Harper said.

“Over the past year, demand in the region has grown exponentially as more people look to build their own homes in well-known property ‘hot spots’.”

Along with the early land release, AVID Property Group opened the community space Grand Linear Park three months ahead of schedule.

Palmview’s largest masterplanned community releases land and park ahead of schedule

Bruce Harper, Cr Tim Dwyer, Laura Scherian, Cameron Holt and Cr Rick Baberowski open Grand Linear Park in Palmview.Source:Supplied

Mr Harper said the park was five times the size of other standard parks on the Sunshine Coast.

“The Grand Linear Park will serve as a catalyst for wellbeing and connectivity for residents and tourists alike,” he said.

The first $3.1 million phase consists of 2ha of community space and features three separate play areas for locals to explore.

Harmony’s new facilities includes a set of six swings, two table tennis tables and a 30.2m multi-play structure with a slide, spider’s web, swinging ropes and stepping stones.Source:Supplied

A set of six swings, two table tennis tables and a 30.2m multi-play structure with a slide, spider’s web, swinging ropes and stepping stones was available for children of all ages and abilities.

According to Queensland Government’s Queensland Regional Profiles — Sunshine Coast Local Government Area, April 2017, Sunshine Coast’s population is projected to grow from about 311,550 to 453,000 by 2036.

Palmview’s largest masterplanned community releases land and park ahead of schedule

An artist’s impression of Harmony’s pocket park.Source:Supplied

Once complete, Mr Harper said Harmony would account for more than 4800 homes for about 12,000 of those future residents.

“Our new neighbourhood will encourage residents to stay active right on their doorstep with extensive walking and bike trails, a 5ha recreation park and a 1ha local park,” he said.

Sunshine Coast local Alyssa Jackson and her partner James Newcombe who recently moved up from Canberra, have just purchased a block of land in Harmony and hope to move into their new home in early 2019.

“It’s pretty competitive to purchase a block of land at Harmony; there were other buyers lining up for almost two hours before the Sales Centre even opened,” Ms Jackson said.

Harmony’s location was what really encouraged us to purchase in the area — the proximity to the highway, University of the Sunshine Coast, hospital and the shops in the Maroochydore CBD make it a very convenient location to live.”

Ms Jackson said they wanted to enter the property market as soon as possible and decided to build a brand-new home so they could take advantage of the First Home Owners’ Grant.

“We wanted to get into the property market so that we could pay off a mortgage rather than continue to pay money renting,” she said.

Source: www.news.com.au

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Sunshine Coast Golf Course with Approval for 260 Lots Hits the Block

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Sunshine Coast Golf Course with Approval for 260 Lots Hits the Block
A Greg Norman-designed golf course and permit-approved development site on the Sunshine Coast has hit the market with expectations around the $20 million-mark.

The 160-hectare Pelican Waters Golf Course site, which was acquired in 2004 by a Melbourne family that wishes to remain anonymous, has hit the market after receiving development approval for a new residential precinct in the area.

Approved by the Sunshine Coast Council in 2017, the “Lakes Edge” residential precinct is earmarked for 211 residential lots and three medium-density sites subdivided to create up to 259 lots over 20-hectares.

Designed to be delivered over four stages, with stage one approvals in place for 60 lots the development was subject to some controversy by local residents opposing the development.

The residential development was put forward by the owners of the site as a solution to lacklustre turnover at the golf course.

Sunshine Coast Golf Course with Approval for 260 Lots Hits the Block

The approved land use plan for 259 residential lots.

CBRE’s Brendan Robins and Rem Rafter are marketing the asset.

Robins said the property represented an outstanding opportunity to capitalise on the strong demand for quality land and housing in a sought-after area of the Sunshine Coast.

“Lakes Edge offers a diverse range of staged development options, including a large-scale retirement community, which take advantage of the area’s tranquil, picturesque and secure setting.”

Despite being named the top course on the Sunshine Coast by Golf Digest Magazine, documents submitted to council outlined concerns with the club’s profitability.

“Independent forecasts conclude that Pelican Waters Golf Club will not generate an acceptable level of commercial return for at least seven to 10 years,” the proposal said.

Located five minutes to Caloundra and 90 kilometres from Brisbane, population growth in the Pelican Waters area grew 24.5 per cent over the five years to 2016.

The property is being offered for sale via expressions of interest closing 8 August 2018.

Source: theurbandeveloper.com

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Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Program Kicks Off

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Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Program Kicks Off

Sunshine Coast Mayor, Mark Jamieson

The first sod has today been turned on the construction of the new runway as part of the Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project, the Sunshine Coast Council informs. 

Sunshine Coast Mayor, Mark Jamieson, was joined by Federal Member for Fairfax, Ted O’Brien MPState Member for Maroochydore, Fiona Simpson MP, and representatives of the John Holland Group and Sunshine Coast Airport Pty Ltd to mark the commencement of the construction program.
With work started, the new runway will be completed by Christmas 2020, the council said.

Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Program Kicks Off
Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson (left), Federal Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien (center) and John Holland Project Manager Berry Freshney

Mayor Jamieson said that the $303 million airport expansion was the Sunshine Coast Council’s single largest construction project and would deliver a wealth of benefits to the region.

“Having this greater capability will unlock more tourism opportunities, new international trade prospects and will provide the springboard our export businesses need to get their products and services to markets faster and more efficiently,” Mayor Jamieson said.

“The new longer, wider runway will enable direct access to new markets in Asia, the Pacific and other locations in Australia which cannot currently be serviced with direct flights to and from the Sunshine Coast. 

“The Airport Expansion Project is also forecast to contribute $4.1 billion to the Sunshine Coast economy through to 2040 and revolutionize access to and from one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.”

From mid-year, a vessel from contractors Dredging International will dredge one million cubic meters of sand from the Spitfire Realignment Channel in Moreton Bay.

After making its way north, the sand will then be pumped from the vessel moored off Marcoola, onto the project site via a pipeline that will run underneath David Low Way.

Ahead of the start of dredging, the project team’s focus has been on protecting the land and sea environment, and ensuring community safety during the dredging works.

According to the council’s announcement, the project team will be speaking directly with local residents and stakeholders in the coming weeks to keep them informed of the timeline.

The Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project is being supported by loans from the Australian Government and the Queensland Treasury Corporation, which will be repaid from the proceeds that Council receives from its commercial partner, Palisade Investment Partners, in 2022.

Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Program Kicks Off
Image source: sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

Source: www.dredgingtoday.com

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