Rain, rain go away come again another day…. There’s been no shortage of rain this month, but the weather is no match for our team. Construction on stage 8 continues progress with communication services now installed and the focus now on the installation of footpaths. Next steps include driveways and top-soiling. Delays have impacted our program however we are still on track to finish construction in mid-2019, with title registration targeted for mid to late 2019 (September/October). Settlements to follow soon after.
Note: With title registration getting closer we encourage you to start engaging with your lenders to ensure finance approvals are in place for settlements.
Some exciting new for our stage 6 purchasers! The “Iluka Isle” entry sign arrived this week, so if you haven’t seen it already be sure to pop down for a look.
Over the long weekend Aquarevo had its very first owners move in! Billy and Queennie are the proud owners of Lot 201, and were presented with some welcoming gifts, as well as an Aquarevo Owner’s Manual, filled with facts and information to help them become familiar with their new home and the surrounding area of Lyndhurst.
We give Billy and Queennie a very warm welcome and hope they enjoy their beautiful new home at Aquarevo.
Wet weather continues to hamper progress on the first section of our wetlands. Although full and looking great, unfortunately ongoing rain has stopped our landscaping team from starting. Once things have dried up planting will commence. Our target completion date is now September.
Adverse conditions are also impacting our northern section of wetlands, however Winslow, our civil contractors will continue to do their best despite the rain. The focus continues to be pond shaping and rock work as well as the finalising the road crossings. Unfortunately, the weather has impacted our program with completion now targeted for mid to late 2019.
Whilst many lot owner’s homes are currently under construction or about to commence, there are several vacant lots within the estate. As the Landowner it is your responsibility to ensure that your lot is kept clean and tidy and the grass is maintained. The City of Casey distribute Fire Safety Notices and under the City of Casey Community Local Law 2/2010 it is an offence to have grass/weeds exceeding 30cm in height. At all times throughout the year grass/weeds must be kept at a maximum length of 10cm.
If your lot is currently vacant, we urge you to inspect and undertake maintenance works if required.
Our newest stages under construction are experiencing a high volume of illegal dumping. Whilst we are trying incredibly hard to ensure the responsible parties are disposing of their rubbish correctly, we need your help. If you witness illegal dumping – rubbish, soil, concrete, etc. – please take a photo, download the app Snap, Send, Solve and send through to the council to ensure appropriate action is taken. Alternatively, to stop dumping on your lot, you can erect temporary fencing around your lot until you are ready to build.
Villawood and the Aquarevo community both value the well-presented streets and open spaces that exist throughout the estate, so it is important that we work together to ensure this standard is maintained. As a Landowner it is your responsibility to ensure the maintenance of your lot and nature strip post-handover. Please ensure your builder is aware of this requirement so that damage can be avoided and/or rectified.
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