PAST PROJECTS

Redcliff

Hidden Forest

Joyner, Qld

circa 1995

The shore of Lake Samsonvale home to the national award winning Hidden Forest, a 10 hectare sanctuary, home to some 70 families, scores of Koalas and countless species of wild life and flora. This was the first estate  in the shire to register a protective Tree Convenient over the blocks. All road geometry, services, power provision and water access were designed around the tress on the estate. The estate was developed over two years and won the Urban Design Institute of  Australia’s National Awards for Best Subdivision under 50 blocks.

“Great property doesn’t need selling, it just needs to be introduced to people and they will buy it”

The Boulevard

Rothwell, Qld

circa 1998

Wide tracks of open green park make The Boulevard special. This estate was purposely  planned and developed with the end user in ind resulting in a perfect place for children with no main roads to cross to access the parkland and play equipment. 

Newport Quays

Redcliffe, Qld

circa 1999

Originally planned as a 254 small title development, this was reconfigured to yield 150 larger blocks. This development was one of the first estates in the shire to feature an integrated of courtyard and traditional style homes to suit the coast lifestyle

Hidden Forest Retreat

Warner, Qld

circa 2000

This parcel of land was designed to pay tribute to the geography and significant tree population in the area and yielding 200 lots that feature a mix of colonial and low-set homes. This estate sold out immediately.

Treetops

Warner, Qld

circa 2001

This parcel of land was designed to pay tribute to the geography and significant tree population in the area and yielding 200 lots that feature a mix of colonial and low-set homes. This estate sold out immediately.

Bayside

Rothwell, Qld

circa 2003

Enter thought a striking architecturally designed entry wall, which doubles as a sound barrier and you’ll find as integration of lots sizes with coastal home designs.  Originally designed by others to yield 500 lots, this site was purchased by TDC in 2003 and redesigned to yield only 380 lots to create a much improved living environment for residents.  

Waters Edge

Bellmere, Qld

circa 2008

This parcel of land was designed to pay tribute to the geography and significant tree population in the area and yielding 200 lots that feature a mix of colonial and low-set homes. This estate sold out immediately.

The Hideway

Narangba/Burpengary, Qld

circa 2009

Intentionally planned, designed and constructed to integrate with the environmentally sensitive Burpengary Creek, this developments success was achievable due to our dedicated team of consultants and contractors.  The Hideaway also has the unusual characteristic of straddling two location being Narangba and Burpengary.

Windrift Pocket

Kallangur, Qld

circa 2009

A compact estate of just 47 lots, featuring a mixture of quality homes and low maintenance easy living accommodation units. The estate features a watercourse and parkland that wind though the very heart of the estate.

Niche

North Lakes, Qld

circa 2010

Strategically located within the North Lakes master planned development, “Niche” provides residence with an enviable northerly aspect with adjoining lake, parkland and natural treed reserves.

River Breeze

Griffin, Qld

circa 2012

Arguably the most desirable estate in Griffin, River Breeze features over 200 impressive lots in limited-release estate. Each superbly positioned lot provided with an elevated, level home site with a selection of premium lots that enjoy enviable views to the Brisbane skyline, majestic waters of Moreton Bay and breathtaking views of the D’aguilar Mountain range.

Sanctuary on Alma

Dakabin

circa 2014

Sanctuary on Alma has been designed and developed with total sensitivity for Mother nature – cleared hardwoods have been returned as landscape adornments, the site is lined with native flora and each home is designed for maximum environmental sensitivity. Centrepiece amongst the 315 dwellings is our living with nature wildlife reserve of 3 hectares. Designed and maintained as a Koala corridor, the existing native plants and trees have been retained to provide a true “Aussie” bushland setting and provide an ambient background to the various stages of Sanctuary on Alma

Freshwater

Griffin

circa 2015

Freashwater has been developed into a mature vibrant community. The massive growth in this region, fuelled by the Morten Bay Rail Link and retail giants such as Costco and Ikea has driven demand for convenient locations such as Freshwater.  The last stages release features a Master Builders Display Village as well as offering house and land packages. Bordered by reserve parkland and adjacent to a community park these final strange comprise of 176 lots.

 

Lakeview

Morayfield

circa 2015

Lakeview is bordered by two springs fed water bodies that provided a fresh water habitat to numerous birds, platypus and other native species. A picnic area and walking track has been provided along with a unique bird watching hide for residents of the proposed 300 plus allotment. Lakeview has a very rural feel yet provides convenient access to all the necessary city facilities that are right on the doorstep.

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