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Will there be a resident's association?
A resident reference group has been established which includes existing/proposed residents that meet with Woodlea's development and community team every 2 months.
Our plan is that resident representatives will be formally involved in dialogue that will determine the future shape of the Woodlea community, including transport, education, recreation, culture and health services.
Furthermore, it is anticipated that a Woodlea Residents' Association will be formed and supported, to work closely with the developer, local government and service providers in promoting long-term positive community outcomes. All residents are encouraged to join NABO, the residents community portal.
What are you doing to protect residents from crime?
The urban design incorporates passive surveillance and crime prevention principles and as part of our community development plan we will work with the community and local police to deter any crime and implement a development wide strategy.
Residents will also be requested to 'do their bit' and make their homes safe through alarm systems.
Is there security on site?
Woodlea has engaged a security contractor to undertake nightly patrols of the estate. In addition to this, cameras with number plate recognition capability have been installed on Woodlea Boulevard to increase prevention and also assist local Police. Woodlea has also engaged with local police to endeavour to increase frequency of patrols.
Will number plate recognition be a permanent security feature of the estate, even beyond completion
Woodlea is partnering with Melton Council to deliver a Smart City Pilot Project, which includes a focus on enhancing community safety.
One of the ways we aim to do this is through the provision of numberplate recognition cameras and CCTV cameras in strategic locations across the site. As this specialised infrastructure will sit within the Council owned roads and parks, it will ultimately need to be handed across to the local Council, and therefore requires rigorous testing to ensure the technology is acceptable.
Once we have the results of this pilot project in the coming years, together with the City of Melton, we will then be able to confirm what the ongoing safety enhancement initiatives will be for Woodlea
What suburb is Woodlea in?
Woodlea was originally considered part of the Rockbank township, in mid-2017 the Office of Geographic Names officially created new suburb names for the area as part of naming process initiated by Melton City Council. Under this process the area of Woodlea located South of the Kororoit Creek bound by the Western Freeway has become the suburb of Aintree while to the North of the creek is part of suburb named Bonnie Brook.
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