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Projects Update – 2019

The Suburbs Set for Population Explosions

Over the Next 20 Years

According to an article published in The Age by Craig Butt on 5th October 2019, as of 2016, Rockbank and Mount Cottrell, in Melbourne’s west, were home to about 3000 people but over the next two decades, the population there is set to explode – a twentyfold increase, based on state government projections.

By 2036, the area is expected to be home to about 65,000 people, equivalent to the current population of Shepparton indicating that Rockbank is set for a massive population boom. Rockbank/Mount Cottrell is one of 29 suburbs state-wide, the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning predicts will more than double in size between 2016 and 2036.

In Melbourne’s west, Melton South, Tarneit, Werribee West, Werribee South, Wyndham Vale and Point Cook South are projected to double in size, along with Hillside, in Melbourne’s north-west.
Suburbs projected to more than double in size by 2036

A total of 29 Victorian suburbs are projected to more than double in population size between 2016 and 2036.

Suburbs projected to more than double in size by 2036

A total of 29 Victorian suburbs are projected to more than double in population size between 2016 and 2036.

The department’s principal demographer, David Sykes, said these projections were calculated using mathematical models, expert knowledge and trend analysis to provide an estimate of the future size, distribution and composition of the population. RMIT professor of urban policy, Jago Dodson said that under these population projections the Wyndham municipality, which takes in Werribee, will have a population in 2036, equivalent to that of Tasmania.

All in all, the state of Victoria’s population is expected to surge from 6.2 million in 2016 to about 8.7 million by 2036, reaching 11.2 million in 2056 and Melbourne is tipped to overtake Sydney as the country’s largest city around the middle of the next decade, with its population to grow to about seven million by 2036, and then cross the nine million mark in 2056.

The president of the Planning Institute of Australia’s Victorian branch, Laura Murray, said that regional Victoria had a lot to offer, and a national settlement strategy, incentives around affordable housing and new job creation, as well as better public transport infrastructure, would encourage people to move to these areas.


Upcoming Development Updates

Upgrade plans for Leakes Road

The Government is commencing the following works to ease traffic conditions, reduce travel time and make the overall area more accessible to the public on Leakes Road, between Derrimut Road and Fitzgerald Road:

Adding an extra lane in each direction.
Widening Skeleton Creek bridge and Laverton Creek bridge.
Upgrading intersections.
Building new walking and cycling paths.
Creating a new overpass for the Federation Trail.

Woodlea Updates @ Leakes Road

Woodlea, within 1.2 km from our Plumpton site, is developed by one of the major land developers of Australia and boasts the following features:

  • Opening of 5 parks including ‘the Adventure Park’ featuring a mega slide & a water plan zone.
  • Bacchus Marsh Grammar Early Learning Centre.
  • Bacchus Marsh Primary School.
  • Woodlea Early Education Centre.
  • A Sports precinct including 10 x tennis courts, AFL/Cricket ovals and a basketball court.
    Woodlea Town Centre featuring Coles supermarket which is expected to open by 2020!
  • $3.5 million for the upgrade of Hacketts Road, between Aviation Road and Tamworth Grove.
  • $3.9 million for the reconstruction of Thames Boulevard, Tarneit.
  • $423,094 for the reconstruction of Sawley  Grove, Wyndham Vale and more.



Upcoming Development Updates

The first completed Rockbank train station upgrade of the project is modern and accessible and is ready to cater to Rockbank’s growing population.

The highlights of the upgraded Rockbank Station are:
  • Two new longer platforms to fit six-carriage velocity trains.
  • An accessible pedestrian overpass linking the two platforms.
  • A new sealed car park, with bus and taxi bays, secure bike storage areas and drop-off zones.
  • Myki facilities, improved lighting and CCTV facility providing added security and comfort.

A New Shopping Centre Spread over 50 Acres

  • Rockbank will soon be enjoying the addition of a massive shopping centre which will be assembled on the corner of Beattys Avenue and Leakes road.
  • This shopping centre will cover nearly 50 acres of land!
  • Given its amazing size, it will be more than capable of catering to the necessities of not only Rockbank but all the surrounding areas as well along with a burst of employment opportunities.



Upcoming Development Updates

We are proud to announce that our sub division plan has now been approved by the council, thereby allowing us to now commence the process of structural designing all the while making sure that everything is in line with the planning permit issued by the Council for the respective site.

Furthermore, we are 12 months ahead of our overall schedule for the site which encompasses the following:

  • Services will be at our doorstep in the next 12-15 months.
  • Construction work will be commencing by Sep-Dec 2020 and civil works by Jan 2021 which are expected to be completed by June 2022.
  • Gas, electrical energy and water providers have already arrived in the closest areas surrounding our site like Millstone which is solely 300 meters away. These services are also accessible by Alfred avenue which is just
  • 500 meters from our site.



our projects

  • Wyndham Vale
  • VIC 3024
  • Plumpton
  • VIC 3335
  • Rockbank
  • VIC 3335