Jinding Developments, in partnership with Yolk Property Group and landowners the Harkness family, has just broken ground on a brand-new community in Armstrong Creek, Victoria.
In September 2020, Jinding appointed Bitu-mill to undertake the civil works on stage 1 and 2 of the project, which will see the first 81 blocks of the 659-lot community delivered by mid next year.
The initial stages will also include the first portion of a linear reserve which, on completion, will span the length of the community, providing open space within a short stroll of every front door.
Located just 10 kilometres from Geelong’s thriving city centre and 16 kilometres from Torquay’s scenic coastline, a wealth of amenity surrounds the development, including the Village Shopping Centre and Armstrong Creek education precinct. Future amenities within the community will include 140-hectares of public open space, including stunning central parklands and regional sporting facilities.
The City of Greater Geelong has recently commenced $4M upgrade works on the adjoining Sparrovale Wetlands. This 500-hectare nature reserve is home to a range of native flora and fauna.
On behalf of the landowners, Travis Harkness said, “The Harkness family are excited for this new chapter, which will see our land become home to many new families over the coming years. We’ve worked closely with Jinding and Yolk to ensure that the Harriott development will provide a legacy we can all be proud of.”
As part of Jinding’s commitment to the creation of lasting places through considered and sustainable development practices, Harriott at Armstrong Creek will embody the ethos of sustainability, conservation and responsible development.