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CONSTRUCTION AND TITLE UPDATES
Stage 7 - Expected titles late June 2016
Construction commenced in early October 2015, topsoiling works are nearing completion and consent to register the titles is currently being procured from utility authorities and Council.
Stage 8 - Expected titles late June 2016
Construction commenced in November 2015, topsoiling works are nearing completion and consent to register the titles is currently being procured from utility authorities and Council, Stage 8 is tracking very closely behind Stage 7.
Stage 9 - Expected titles August 2016
Construction commenced in January 2016, drainage, sewer works and concrete kerbing works are complete. Electrical and NBN works are also well progressed. Works are on track to achieve titles in August 2016, ahead of the previous October guidance.
Stage 10 - Expected titles September 2016
Construction commenced late January 2016, sewer and drainage works are almost complete and concrete kerbing is about to commence. Works are on track to achieve titles in September, ahead of the previous November guidance 2016.
Stage 11 - Expected titles December 2016
Construction commenced in February 2016, bulk earthworks are now complete and sewer and drainage works have commenced.
Stage 12 - Expected titles December 2016
Construction commenced in March 2016, bulk earthworks are now complete and sewer and drainage works have commenced.
Stage 13 - Expected titles January 2017
Construction commenced in April 2016, topsoil stripping is complete and bulk earthworks have commenced.
Stage 14 - Expected titles February 2017
Construction is expected to commence late May 2016.
Stage 15 - Expected titles March 2017
Construction is expected to commence late May 2016.
Stage 16 - Expected titles April 2017
Construction is expected to commence in June 2016.
Stage 17 - Expected titles June 2017
Construction is expected to commence in July 2016.
Active Open Space Precinct
Civil earthworks have commenced in stage 1 of the Active Open Space sports facility comprising 1 AFL Oval, adventure playground, youth space, pavilion and car parking with completion anticipated in the 1st quarter of 2017. Construction of Stage 2 of the Active Open Space, comprising a second AFL oval and 10 tennis courts is expected to commence very soon with expected completion in the 4th quarter of 2017.
DELIVERING KEY COMMUNITY FACILITIES
The Woodlea community is coming to life and we are excited to share with you how quickly construction is progressing! It has been a huge achievement to have delivered our brand new 37-home display village, beautiful Inner-Melbourne style café, Go West Eatery and Tuckshop and of course the first neighbourhood park + adventure play space all ready before the first residents move in.
The Woodlea team is committed to continue to deliver key amenities as we now work towards the next exciting milestone of the project with the Bacchus Marsh Grammar Childcare planned to open in mid-2017. Our first sporting precinct with two AFL and cricket ovals is also starting construction this year and is on track to open in 2017. Read more about our evolving community and check the construction status of your block’s stage at Woodlea as per the below indicative dates.
Stage 1 (Display Village) - Titles Registered
The display village including the neighbourhood park, Go-West Eatery and Tuck Shop and the Woodlea Sales and Discovery Centre opened on the 15th of April 2016. The Bacchus Marsh Grammar Childcare Centre located opposite Go-West Eatery and Tuck Shop is also on track to open in the first quarter of 2017. Titles Registered
Stage 2 - Titles Registered
Stage 2 will be the home to our first residents and is located to the south-east of the display village. Many of the residents have commenced construction of their new homes and our first residents are expected to be moving in this month.
Stage 3 - Titles Registered
Stage 3 is located adjacent to the Active Open Space sports facility. Title registration for this stage was issued on 5th February 2016.
Stage 4 - Titles Registered
Title registration for this stage was issued on 26th February 2016. This stage also includes a neighbourhood park which is expected to commence construction in late May 2016 for completion in late 2016.
Stage 5 - Titles Registered
Title registration for this stage was issued on 22nd April 2016.
Stage 6 - Titles Registered
Title registration for this stage was issued on 12 May 2016.
Thank you for all the fun & creative suggestions to name team Woodlea at Run for the Kids 2019 - we were overwhelmed with so many fantastic names! It wasn't an easy decision to make BUT...Congratulations to Saurabh Madhura who is the winner with WOODLEA JOGGERNAUTS!
It's getting to the end of school holidays & if you weren't running out of ideas to keep your kids entertained, you're a super parent! Check out the below calendar of events (mostly FREE) that the City of Melton have put together - there's a something for all ages & even some that the older kids will enjoy.
Calling ALL RESIDENTS! We want you to help us, change the future of Woodlea...keep an eye on your inbox for more info to come.
We're sponsoring RUN FOR THE KIDS 2019 & to kick start your training we’re giving away a pair of the latest edition Nike Running Shoes valued over $200!! To enter, simply tell us what we should name 'Team Woodlea' & tag three of your buddies you'd like to run with, to help raise money for the Royal Children's Hospital. Winning team name will be announced 21 Jan! Herald Sun / Transurban Run for the Kids
COMPETITION TIME! We're giving away a pair of New Release Nike running shoes to kick start your training for the Herald Sun / Transurban Run for the Kids. To enter, simply tell us what we should name 'Team Woodlea' & tag three of your buddies you'd like to run with to help raise money for the Royal Children's Hospital. Winning team name will be announced 21 Jan!
Is there a particular Community Group you would like to see at Woodlea? We want everyone to have the opportunity to feel connected & engaged, not only in their community but with the people within it. We'd love to hear your ideas - find out more below.