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Introducing The Maples, Greenvale
Pask Group are excited to present a new vision for Greenvale with the launch of The Maples.
The Maples will be an exclusive private enclave, with wide streets and vibrant boulevards lined with beautiful Italian Maple trees, providing an exquisite setting for luxurious homes.
The Maples Sales Office was officially opened over the weekend with the release of Stage 1, with Estate Manager Mohit Rai welcoming the first of our future residents.
Kingston Links Media Release – 12th December 2016
Pask Group have been working on a proposal for the re-development of the Kingston Links property to create a new masterplanned residential community in Rowville.
This mixed use project will focus on providing a wide choice of family homes and integrate parks, walking trails, and landscaped open space, particularly along the existing creek corridor. In addition, Pask Group will explore the inclusion of medium density and apartment options, along with compatible amenities in the proposed mixed-use precinct, which will benefit residents and the local community. Pedestrian links will connect the new development to existing residential areas, giving the neighbouring community the opportunity to enjoy the new parks and recreational areas.
The plans for the development of the Kingston Links site are consistent with its designation as a “Strategic Investigation Site” in the Knox Housing Strategy 2015. Pask Group have submitted an application for rezoning to Knox City Council. This application is in the early stages of review and has not yet gone before council for a decision. Pask Group are proud to continue their long association with Rowville, dating back to the successful 800 lot Sovereign Crest Estate.
Creating around 800 new family homes in this location, along with parks and open space, is a desirable outcome for the site and is in line with the ongoing demand for homes in this popular suburb.
Pask Group hosted an information session for local residents and stakeholders on 1st of December 2016 regarding the development of Kingston Links. This session provided an opportunity to speak to local residents about the plans for the site and to listen to their feedback. Local residents attending the session provided many positive comments as well as some frank feedback and constructive ideas that will help the new development integrate with the existing community.
Discussions at the information session included; the management of water and drainage, the use of buffer planting, traffic management, plans for the local Corhanwarrabul Creek, the proposed start date, when lots would be available to purchase, and what types of homes would be built.
Pask Group have worked closely with Melbourne Water and their water management consultants to put a plan in place to improve the existing management of stormwater and improve drainage on the site.
Buffer planting will be used along the boundary of the site to provide a screen between the existing residential and the new homes. This buffer planting will follow and expand the existing tree reserve that currently restricts views into the site from adjoining residential land. At the information session Pask Group presented a cross section that demonstrated the extent of the buffer and the additional planting that will occur. This plan was well received by the majority of neighbouring residents. The buffer includes a tree reserve, a walking track, additional planting and landscaping, a step down to a shared way, a nature strip, and a path.
While access to the site will be provided to neighbouring residents via pedestrian links that will integrate the existing and new communities, traffic will primarily access the site via Corporate Avenue and Wellington Rd. There will be no direct vehicle access to existing adjacent residential streets.
Corhanwarrabul Creek will receive extensive rejuvenation to restore its natural beauty and function. Pask Group is working closely with the relevant authorities and all works within the creek restoration zone will be in accordance with Melbourne Water, Knox City Council, and Ecology and Heritage Partners’ requirements, and will be carefully planned in respect of existing flora and fauna.
Subject to planning and the development schedule, work on site is expected to start in 2018. While no official date has been set for the launch of the development, people who are interested in purchasing land and building a new home in the estate can register for release information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pask Group places an emphasis on creating premium residential communities that leave a lasting and positive legacy. The majority of the homes will be free-standing family homes with a selection of townhouses and apartments. As with other Pask Group developments, design guidelines will be in place to ensure a quality design outcome is achieved.
Marketing Manager for Pask Group, Marcus Hancock commented:
“Pask Group will create a residential community of around 800 homes with parks, walking trails, pedestrian links, recreational areas, and shared open space – it will be a very nice place for people to live in an exceptional location.”
“Residents or members of the local community who have any questions regarding the plans for the site can visit www.kingstoninformation.com.au, where we will post periodic updates, or they can email email@example.com”
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Circa 1886 Features In World Landscape Architecture
Circa 1886 Reserve recently featured in a publication known as ‘World Landscape Architecture’
‘World Landscape Architecture’ is a web-zine which provides news and updates within the industry and showcases the works of landscape architects worldwide.
We are very pleased to see Circa 1886 Reserve (work of Tract Consultants) chosen for a feature in their latest publication.
Click here to read the full article
Source: World Landscape Architecture
Nev Pask Recognised for Distinguished Service
Nev Pask, one of Australia’s most respected property developers, was presented with the prestigious Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) Allen Vogan Distinguished Service Award at the 2016 UDIA Rivergum Homes Group National Awards For Excellence in Adelaide on Thursday 10 March.
“Mr Pask is a remarkable individual who has dedicated nearly fifty years to the urban development industry, through the foundation of his company Pask Group.” said Michael Corcoran, UDIA National President.
Since its establishment in 1969 in Redcliffe Peninsula, north Brisbane, Pask Group has expanded, with development activities occurring in Brisbane City, Redland Bay, Logan, Caboolture, Pine Rivers, Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Mackay, Airlie Beach and in the late 1990s, Melbourne.
“Mr Pask is an inspiring individual who has demonstrated sincere enthusiasm and passion for property and the development industry, ” said Mr Corcoran
“I am truly humbled to congratulate such an outstanding recipient of the UDIA Allen Vogan Distinguished Service Award.”
Nev Pask has been recognised for his contributions to the Australian urban development industry with a number of awards including; the Centenary Medal, a UDIA Lifetime Achievement Award, and Platinum Status at the UDIA following 35 years of membership.
Pask Group is a family owned company and a leading Australian developer known for its quality residential communities that generations of Australians are delighted to call home.
Source – UDIA Victoria
‘Nev Pask Recognised for Distinguished Service’
Circa Park Wins Award!
Did you know that Circa 1886 is now home to an award winning park?
Recently, Circa Park took out the ‘highly commended’ award in the ‘Innovative Design Elements’ category at the 2014 Kidsafe National Playspace Awards for its unique ‘Grotto Play Shelter’ installation crafted by Melbourne artists’ Honeyweather and Speight.
Cleverly designed, this cave-like structure features various creative design elements such as coloured concrete base, copper filigree style roof with coloured glass panels, and hand painted ceramic Australian native animals embedded within grotto walls, creating a fun-interactive space for children to play.
If you haven’t already, come and check out this award winning piece and other standout features of the park such as Central Rotunda and Rain Gully!
State Government Announces New Children’s Hospital
Soon thousands more children in the south-east will have access to specialist care closer to home, with the State Government recently announcing construction of the new Monash Children’s Hospital due to begin in the coming months.
The City of Casey and neighbouring Cardinia Shire have been noted as two of the fastest growing local government areas and home to a third of the state’s children, this indicates that the hospital will be well placed to deal with demand for paediatric care.
The new hospital will deliver an extra 60,000 outpatient treatments per year and its facilities will include:
– 96 paediatric beds
– 12 dedicated children’s cancer day beds
– 20 same day beds
– 10 paediatric intensive care beds
– 30 neonatal intensive care cots
– 28 beds providing special mental health services for children and teens
However, the benefits of this facility will scope beyond healthcare, with the creation of more than 700 jobs during its construction and employment of various healthcare professionals, administrative staff, among other roles once completed.
Construction is set to commence in July this year with completion anticipated for Dec 2016. The children’s hospital will be built alongside the Monash Medical Centre in Clayton.
Photo Source: http://www.health.vic.gov.au/news/monash-childrens-hospital.htm
Award for Excellence in the Provision of Creative Open Space
Providence’s Napoli Park has been honored by Hume City Council’s Award for Excellence in the Provision of Creative Open Space.
Located in the heart of Providence, Napoli Park is an oasis of beautifully landscaped gardens, arbours and playgrounds. The park is the perfect setting for hours of fun and games with the kids, catching up with friends and neighbours over a coffee, and relaxing in an environment that will recharge your batteries and reinvigorate the soul.
We are very proud of this award, and invite you to come and experience why it is so special.
Second Acolade for Napoli Park!
We are thrilled to advise that Providence’s Napoli Park received the Landscape Award at the 2013 UDIA (Vic) Awards for Excellence.
This award is granted in recognition of the outstanding characteristics in respect to landscaping and reviews elements such as the use of innovative landscaping methods and ideas.
Napoli Park is not only beautiful; it is a multi-functional space of 1.8 hectares which has been provided early in the development to benefit the first residents to move into Providence.
The combination of active and passive areas with a mix of walking paths through gardens, seatng, protected spaces and opportunities for community and family gatherings set this park apart from others in the area and additionally provides a fantastic amenity for Providence residents and the broader Hume area.
We are honoured to receive this award, but mostly hope that you will enjoy Napoli Park as much as we do!
Four New Schools in Melbourne’s Southeast by 2017
The initiative named the New Schools Public Private Partnership Project, is set to invest $291million to deliver 15 new schools between 2017 – 2018 in high growth areas such as Clyde North, Cranbourne, Epping, Point Cook and Torquay.
Schools set to open in the south-eastern corridor are;
2017 School Year –
- Casey Central East Primary School (Cranbourne North)
- Cranbourne South West Primary School (Cranbourne West)
- Heather Grove Primary School (Clyde North)
- Pakenham South West Primary School (Pakenham)
Victorian Government has pledged that under the PPP model, the schools will be financed, designed, built and maintained by the private sector for 25 years, Premier Daniel Andrews has also added that ‘more than 14,000 students will benefit from the $291 million investment.’
Contract is set to be entered into late-October, with construction of the first group of schools scheduled for commencement by the end of the year.
Source: Leader Newspapers
East Werribee Employment Precinct
Living at Paragon & the Point Cook area means that you’ll be close to key employment hubs including; the CBD, the many businesses & industrial parks North West of Melbourne, both Tullamarine & Avalon Airports and Geelong.
Employment opportunities will be further enhanced by the development of the East Werribee employment precinct.
As reported on the Metropolitan Planning Authority Website: “The East Werribee Employment Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) will guide the development of a mixed use precinct that will create opportunities for 58,300 local jobs and 7100 new homes, key infrastructure, advanced integrated water cycled management, sports facilities, and local parks.
The Metropolitan Planning Authority (formerly the Growth Areas Authority) prepared the East Werribee Employment PSP in consultation with the Wyndham City Council, Government agencies and service authorities.
Land covered by the PSP, which is owned by the State Government, has been used for agriculture and research for 100 years. It will be developed into a commercial precinct, a new town centre, health and learning precinct, enterprise precinct and a business precinct, as well as providing new homes to support this employment.
The precinct will have excellent freeway access and provide a wide range of retail and employment options, while the planned Point Cook South West and Wattle Avenue residential communities outlines in the masterplan will include a variety of housing types and facilities.”
For more information visit www.mpa.vic.gov.au/east_werribee to find out about what the East Werribee Employment Precinct project will mean for Melbourne’s west.
NBN Now at Paragon
The NBN is an upgrade to Australia’s existing telecommunications network. It provides the infrastructure for affordable high-speed internet and phone access.
- Fast speeds for everyone – whether it’s enjoying great quality Skype calls, downloading large files, or simply surfing the web, the whole family can enjoy high-speed internet simultaneously
- Work from home as you would in the office – quickly send and receive large files, access your work server and take part in high-quality video calls
- Take learning outside the classroom – whether you’re at school or taking up a new interest, you ca easily access exciting, interactive content. Stream lectures, learn a language via video tutorial or even take a virtual tour of a museum
- Entertainment on demand – download a movie in minutes or a music album in seconds, and easily stream your favourite TV shows and movies
We are pleased to announce that stages 1 & 2 at Paragon are National Broadband Network (NBN) enabled and residents can now enjoy the benefits of the NBN network.
For more information on NBN visit www.nbnco.com.au or register for updates by calling NBN Co on 1800 687 626
Source: NBN Co
Infrastructure announcement benefits Providence residents
For those city bound, the commute could be cut dramatically as the Government announces plans to upgrade Providence’s closest major arterial.
The Tullamarine Freeway is set to undergo an $850 million dollar upgrade with plans to boost the road’s capacity by up to 30 percent.
The two-year project which is scheduled to commence next year will upgrate CityLink between the Westgate Freeway and Essendon Airport on the Tullamarine Freeway, specifically by adding extra lanes covering 33 kilometres between the Bolte Bridge and Tullamarine Fwy, north of Englis Street.
There are also talks of extending these works to widen Tullamarine Freeway from Melrose Drive to the Airport.
The upgrade also plans to include new traffic management tools such as speed signs above all lanes, stop and go signals on ramps and more CCTV cameras.
To read the full announcement click here.
Photo Source: Fairfax Media
Growth Ahead in Residential
As reported on the Property Council of Australia’s website this week, the housing market is set to take off in the next 18 months, with Melbourne house prices expected to rise 9 per cent in 2014, a new report from research consultancy Macromonitor finds.
The price growth is expected to continue into the first half of 2015, too, with an anticipated 3 per cent increase in prices across the capital cities.
The report also states that nationally dwelling commencements will peak next year at about 180,000 – their highest level since 1994. In January, building approvals reached 17,514, which was the biggest monthly gain in 12 years.
The increase in national house prices is being driven by several factors, including population growth, strong local and foreign investor appetite and good conditions for owner-occupiers, such as low mortgage rates.
Source- The Property Council of Australia
A New Shopping and Entertainment Precinct is On Its Way!
Following significant population growth within Victoria’s western corridor, Werribee Plaza Shopping centre will undergo a $370 million dollar redevelopment, also adopting the new name ‘Pacific Werribee’ in a bid to reposition the plaza as the new premier retail destination for the Western suburbs.
Expanding by more than 35,000 square metres to include precincts for fashion, food, dining and entertainment, the development will introduce a two-level Myer store, Target store, 120 new shops and kiosks, a new fresh food precinct branded ‘Hunter & Gatherer’ that will include a Woolworths and an ALDI, a Village Cinemas redevelopment with two new Gold Class Cinemas and 1,500 additional car parking spaces.
The redevelopment will also include a new 10-bus terminal interchange and an outdoor dining precinct to include specialty cafes and alfresco restaurants.
With construction already underway, key completion dates are anticipated to span over the next two years, to include the opening of the bus terminal early this year, early 2015 opening of the dining and entertainment precinct, mid-2015 opening of Target and specialty stores and mid-2016 opening of Myer and additional specialty stores concluding with the late 2016 opening of the food precinct.
Exiting times ahead!
For more information visit www.pacificwerribee.com.au
Saltwater Reserve Official Opening
Paragon’s neighbour, Saltwater Reserve, is officially celebrating its opening of Sunday, 6th October 2013!
Join the FREE fun and festivities, hosted by Wyndham City Council.
Date: Sundy, 6 October 2013
Time: 11am to 3pm
Location: Saltwater Reserve, Saltwater Promenade, Point Cook (next to Paragon)
Official formalities will commence at 11am followed by a Family Fun Day from 11:30am until 3pm.
The day will include:
- Demonstrations, clinics and activities from local football, soccer, basketball and cricket clubs
- Footy Victoria, Tennis Victoria and Cricket Victoria clinics and activities
- Dog obedience displays
- Face painting
- Inflatable fun area including jumping castle, giant slide and sticky wall
- Variety of on-site food vendors