Future Developments

The Dennis Family Corporation’s tradition of creating new communities is set to continue with several projects currently in various stages of preparation for future development in both Victoria and south east Queensland.

VICTORIAN PROJECTS

Sienna Park, Clyde North

This 48 hectare site in Melbourne’s south east is expected to yield approximately 600 lots. Approvals for the project have been received, with sales expected to commence in late 2017, followed by construction in early 2018.

Peppercorn Hill, Woodstock

The Dennis Family Corporation is working with landowners concerning a large land parcel at Woodstock, north of Melbourne. It is anticipated that the land will yield in excess of 5,000 allotments when developed and plans also include a future retail and commercial centre. Sales on this project are expected to commence in late 2017, followed by construction in ear;ly 2018.



QUEENSLAND PROJECTS

Summerlin, Banyo

Connect Apartments – Felix Street, Lutwyche

The Dennis family has entered into a development relationship with the owner of a small infill site located in the inner northern Brisbane suburb of Lutwyche. It is proposed to develop a total of 95 one, two and three bedroom apartment units across two adjacent towers. The timing of the commencement of sales and construction will be determined by prevailing market conditions.

Maroochy Place, Maroochydore

Dennis Family Corporation’s Maroochy Place project will occupy an 8 hectare site at Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast. The company plans to develop 168 two and three bedroom townhouses to accommodate a population of over 425 residents.Civil construction works commenced in early 2015, with the first stage of dwelling construction expected to commence by early 2017.

Beerburrum Road, Elimbah

The Dennis family has purchased several rural properties at Elimbah, between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. This area is well serviced with an existing rail line and approval is being sought to bring these 140 hectares into the South East Queensland Regional Plan.