Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
Construction at the front of the estate is now mostly complete, forming a grand entrance which is starting to look terrific, with hundreds of shrubs now planted and the irrigation system complete.
Within the estate we have now delivered almost 200 new home sites and it is exciting to see so many new homes being completed and more & more residents now calling Timbertop home. The aerial photo below was taken last week and paints a great picture of how far we’ve come.
In the coming weeks, the temporary café will commence construction, and is anticipated to open around May. This will be a wonderful addition to the front entrance and a great spot to stop in for your morning coffee!
We will also have the next release available exclusively for those that have registered their interest previously. This release will encompass 36 new homesites and vary in lot size from 448 sqm. up to 682 sqm. For further information on this release please visit the Timbertop Team at 9 Penshurst Crescent, Officer VIC 3809.
The approval to the main drainage construction plans was delayed significantly by both council and Melbourne Water, which created an extended construction period and title registration date.
After consultation with the Civil Contractor and Service Authorities, we anticipate a timetable of key delivery dates for Stage 5 as followed: Practical completion of Civil Works in June 2015 with Title Registration in July/August 2015. Best endeavours will be made to expedite these dates and work is progressing quickly onsite.
Works have commenced onsite with the bulk earthworks progressing rapidly. The final site works for this stage are expected to be completed by June, with the final documentation for the statement of compliance pushing title registration into July/August 2015.
This exclusive release of only 11 lots is ideally located opposite the future parklands. Planning on this stage has progressed well, and we are awaiting approved construction plans which will enable us to commence construction very soon. Works are anticipated to be completed around September 2015.