Stockland has revealed the designs for the Davis Creek open space at its Grand Central community, in Tarneit, Victoria.
Grand Central includes almost four hectares of creek reserve, which winds its way from west to east through the heart of the community.
The designs, which have been approved by Melbourne Water, show the pathway that runs alongside the creek and the wetlands that will be rehabilitated through water sensitive urban design, treatment systems and hundreds of native plants.
Stockland Project Director, Ed Krushka, said the company is excited to give the community and future residents a preview of the Davis Creek space.
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“Grand Central is designed to keep residents active and healthy, and there are plans to provide additional infrastructure in collaboration with Council, including a sports reserve, a park with a playground and picnic seating, and a half basketball/netball court,” Krushka said.
“Since July 2021, we have released a number of creek-fronted home sites, and from around late 2023, some future residents will be enjoying views of the creek from their doorstep.”
The Davis Creek open space project is expected to take approximately two years, involving civil works, creation of two wetlands and landscaping.