Phases of Construction

Congratulations on the purchase of your future home site.
You’ve done the hard work in selecting where to live, now it’s over to us to get the land ready to build on.

1. Plans & Permits

Council and Authority acceptance of documentation including engineering design to allow physical works to commence on site.

2. Earthworks

Preparation of the site to achieve design lot levels including site scrape, shaping of the existing ground and construction of retaining walls if required.

3. Sewer & Drainage

Installation of sewer and drainage to service the development of the stage.

4. Road boxing, Kerb & Channel

Prepare the ground and start to construct the lower layers of the road pavement. Install water and gas mains and construct kerb and channel.

5. Electrical & Telecommunications

Trench and install electrical and telecommunication services once kerb and channel works are complete.

6. Footpaths & Asphalt

Prepare the ground in readiness to construct footpaths. Construct footpaths and topsoil nature strips. Construction of middle pavement layers and placement of asphalt.

7. Completion & Inspection of Works

Council and Service Authority works inspections and sign-off to constructed works including roads and services. Provision of final documentation to Council to facilitate a Statement of Compliance for the development stage.

8. Titles Office & Settlement

Registration of individual lots from each stage occurs at the titles officce, and your block is now ready for you to settle & start the construction of your new home. Congratulations!

Construction update
Stage Phase Expected Title Date
Stage 13: Phase 8 - Titles Office & Settlement Nov 18
Stage 14: Phase 5 - Electrical & Telecommunications Feb 19
Stage 15: Phase 4 - Road boxing, Kerb & Channel Apr 19
Stage 16: Phase 2 - Earthworks Aug 19
Stage 18: Phase 2 - Earthworks Aug 19
Stage 13
Stage 14
Stage 15
Stage 16
Stage 18
We will continue to keep you updated on construction progress onsite. We note that delays can be caused by circumstances beyond our control, such as weather, but we will do all we can to minimise their impact.