All works are now complete on Stage 16. We anticipate receiving Statement of Compliance in mid-April 2019, with settlements to follow on in late April / early May. We do encourage you to start arranging settlement of your lot finance at this time.
Bulk earthworks and drainage are now complete on site. The team is moving forward with stabilisation and road boxing. The program anticipates that works will be completed in August 2019 and Statement of Compliance is then estimated in September 2019, with settlements to follow on shortly after.
Civil construction within the wetland is now complete, which means the Landscape team have full access to bring this beautiful space to life. The jute matting and planting on the banks of the wetland are almost complete, following on will be the peripheral planting. The disability access footpaths are in the process of being installed, as is the wetland shelter. The boardwalk handrails and kick-rails, fitness station and play equipment will be the final pieces of the puzzle.
Tuckers Road Intersection
The last big item left in the intersection will be undergrounding of the public lighting, which will commence in April/May. With an anticipated completion date of early August 2019, it won’t be long until there is another entrance into Delaray.
If you haven’t already, please remember to RSVP to the Club Delaray Easter Event, which has lots of fun-filled activities and goodies in store! There’s also plenty of other activities being hosted by the team at the Club, so pop in next time you’re visiting.
Whilst many lot owner’s homes are currently under construction, or about to commence, there are several vacant lots within the estate. We remind all purchasers that, 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 30 cm 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 working 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 Snap, Send, Solve app and send through to 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 Delaray 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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