Construction at Aspire is moving forward in a positive direction. With the onset of spring we are seeing a little more sunshine and longer days that allow for construction efficiencies.
Stage 21A & 21B
Stage 21A and 21B is now complete and practical completion with Melton City Council has been achieved for both stages. We are now permitting access to this stage for valuations to commence so please get in touch with your respective conveyancer and/or solicitors to coordinate next steps. Over the forthcoming weeks we will work through statement of compliance with the relevant servicing authorities and be in a position to lodge at the title’s office in mid-November for titles to be registered. Based on this we see land settlements commencing late November and will continue into early December.
Access for Land Surveyors, Soil Tests, etc will be granted by the Civil Contractor every Tuesday between 8am and 3pm. Please contact Site Manager on 0438 187 284.
Stage 22 construction (including Beatty’s Road) is progressing on schedule and advancing quickly. Electrical reticulation and optical fibre are now complete and footpath works are advancing well. Following completion of these items we will see base layer asphalting and road pavement works completed. Stage 22 is forecast for completion in late November and settlements will commence in early 2020 – January.
Stage 23 construction and approvals have been achieved and we are now in a position to commence construction. Construction will commence in early November. Further updates will be provided accordingly.
|Stage 21A – Nov/Dec 2019|
|Stage 21B – Nov/Dec 2019|
|Stage 22 – Jan 2020|
The Design Guidelines have been developed to enhance the lifestyle and investment of purchasers ensuring that all homes at Aspire are built to a high standard whilst encouraging a variety of housing styles and compatibility with the streetscape.
The Guidelines will assist in providing you with peace of mind that your investment will be enhanced in the future, guarding against inappropriate development that may detract from the attractiveness of the estate.