Australand launches Valley Park, Victoria

Australand launches Valley Park, Victoria
Australand launches Valley Park, Victoria

The new Masterplanned community Valley Park was launched yesterday by Australand, City of Hume mayor Casey Nunn and the Victorian Minister for Housing, Wendy Lovell.

The new Valley Park development in Westmeadows will provide new homes, with the entire final development valued at approximately $160 million. It is a partnership between Australand and the Victorian Government, with the state government providing $56 million.

“With the establishment of brand new, quality housing, this development will provide further opportunities for locals in Westmeadows and nearby suburbs,” said Lovell.

“The Napthine Government invested $56 million in the Valley Park redevelopment, which will help provide 354 high-quality homes as part of our focus on supporting vulnerable people, while also creating a more diverse community in Westmeadows,” she said.

Australand general manager Rob Pradolin said that the key objective is to use the multi-use centre to get residents to interact and meet each other.

“The Napthine Government invested $56 million in the Valley Park redevelopment" - Victorian Minister for Housing

Construction is currently underway, with 320 lots expected on completion. Previously, it was announced that 110 social housing properties and 34 independent living units as part of an aged care precinct, as well as a 120 bed aged care home from Baptcare, would be built. Parklands and community facilities will be included.

The first houses are expected to settle from this month onwards.

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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