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Approved Western Corridor Development Site for Sale

Approved Western Corridor Development Site for Sale

A DA approved residential development site designated for a master planned community in the Ipswich high growth corridor west of Brisbane is being offered for sale by Ray White Special Projects (Qld).

The approximately 109ha site at 352-396 Ripley Road, Ripley, is being marketed via Expressions of Interest by Ray White Special Project Qld’s Mark Creevey, Tony Williams and Matthew Fritzsche.

Mark Creevey said the site, approximately 6km from the Ipswich CBD, is coming onto the market at a time of strong demand for approved large-scale residential development sites in South East Queensland.

“This DA approved site is situated in the popular Ripley Valley region with the benefit of convenient access to the Cunningham Highway and close to other prominent residential communities including Providence Ripley and Ecco Ripley,” he said.

“There is a PDA Development Permit for Material Change of Use (MCU) for this site and a proposed master plan incorporating 749 residential allotments – 679 of these being freehold residential allotments with an average of over 550 sqm. This allows for significant product differentiation in the region.”

Tony Williams said plans for the site also include an approximately 5,040 sqm commercial child care lot and approximately 18.554ha for community use/education.

“The plans for the master planned community also allow for various parks and open space,” he said.

Matthew Fritzsche said the site is close to a vast array of local facilities and amenities including shopping, schools, parks, transport, health and recreation.

“The property is ideally situated being approximately 2km from Stage One of the Ripley Town Centre which will have a Coles-anchored shopping centre opening in late 2017,” he said. “It also benefits from easy access to Booval Fair Shopping Centre and Booval Railway Station (7km), as well as 15km to Orion Springfield Shopping Centre and Springfield Central Railway Station.”

Expressions of Interest close at 4pm (AEST) on Thursday, November 24, 2016.

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