From the desk of Mark Jewell
Welcome to our March newsletter.
Despite the short lead-up time due to last month’s COVID-19 restrictions, we still had a great turnout to our seminar held at the Atrium Hotel in Mandurah on the 7th March. As always, there were some great questions from the crowd and John got so caught up in the moment, he forgot to provide the two best questions a bottle of sparkling each. Needless to say, he was pulled into line by someone in the audience and the lucky winners were soon announced.
After a comprehensive presentation, the Q & A segment was once again a highlight. It is really pleasing to see and hear what truly matters to people and that so much thought goes into the questions from attendees and everyone gets the benefit of hearing the answers.
A further six homes were snapped up after the presentation, leaving us with over fifty percent of our Mandurah Village already pre-booked. That said, most of the home designs are still available, so make sure you give me a call to secure one for you before they are all gone.
And remember, if you are unable to make it to one of our seminars, feel free to call me on 0411 497 111 and we can arrange a suitable time to meet. I am happy to come to your home or catch up at a coffee shop to answer your questions and provide you with all the information you need may need.
The Development Application for the Haynes Village was lodged on 14 August 2020. Shortly after, the revised plans and further information was submitted to Development WA and these have now been forwarded to the City of Armadale for comment.
Incorporating any comments from the City of Armadale, Development WA are working towards finalising their report and making a recommendation to the Armadale Land Redevelopment Committee which is due to meet and decide on the application on 4 May 2021.
Furnissdale (Mandurah) update
The Development Application for the Furnissdale Village was lodged on 30 September. The application was referred to relevant state government authorities, and their comments were received last January.
Since this time, the development team has met with the Shire of Murray to discuss the comments raised by the various state authorities. Recently, the project team received further comments from Main Roads WA in regard to proposed road widenings and intersection changes at Riverside Drive and Pinjarra Road andthe project team is currently considering the impact of these proposed changes on the village.
Due to these requested changes the Shire of Murray will now be looking to finalise their report by 25 March 2021, with a decision on the approval expected by mid-April 2021.
In anticipation of an approval the engineering design is progressing and nearing finalisation, which will allow works to commence.
Providence Piara Waters expressions of interest for Stage 1 is now open.
The earlier you register, the higher up the cue you will be to select a home in stage 1 or stage 2 in this exclusive lifestyle resort for over 50’s.
Piara Waters differs from other Providence Lifestyle Communities in so much as it’s abuyrather thanrentalcommunity but still has the same wonderful friendly carefree lifestyle, terrific resort style facilities, gated security plus so much more, all in a fabulous and convenient location.
If you would prefer tobuyyour home rather than rent, then contact Janine Thomas on0407 048 505who is taking registrations of interest right now. Welcome Janine and Ella.
It’s simple to register, just choose the number of bedrooms: 1 2 or 3 and register your details and we’ll contact you in the order as the registrations are received.
Ph: 0411 497 111