Menangle Park development powers ahead with stage three

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Dahua Group Australia has announced that it will start  construction of 331 new lots in the coming months, following approval of stage three south at its master planned development of Menangle Park.

The company says stage one and stage 2A have been completed.

The commencement of stage three marks another major milestone for the development and heralds a new era of convenience for residents, says Dahua.

Stage three will be delivered in partnership with civil contractor Western Earthmoving and superintendent Benaiah Project Management.

Robert Fischer, associate director of development, says 2022 will be an even bigger year at Menangle Park.

“It will be very exciting to see the first homes of stage 1 to be completed later this year and for the first residents to be moving in the following year,” Mr Fischer said.

“We are excited to be partnering with Dahua Group on the construction of Stage 3 at Menangle Park – a project that will play a huge role in meeting the housing, community and amenity demands of this growing area,’’ says Graham Ragg, Managing Director at Western Earthmoving.

“The diverse mix of housing as part of this stage will create a vibrant culture and community.

“This will be a truly collaborative partnership project which will increase the supply of safe, secure, social and affordable housing in South Western Sydney.’’

Menangle Park is continuing to experience a strong year, with sales momentum continuing month on month, and demand expected to remain strong given the premium nature of its offering and its wealth of both onsite and local amenities.

Encompassing a total of 498 hectares, located just 10 minutes from Campbelltown city centre, Menangle Park will deliver more than 4,000 homes.

Amenities will include new local town centre, as well as education, health, sports and community infrastructure.

It will also boast 41 hectares of usable open spaces including district parks, walking trails, sports fields and bicycle tracks.

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