Stockland plans Rocky village

STOCKLAND has paid $10 million for 278 hectares of land at Parkhurst which could eventually be home to a community of 5000 people.

The property company, better known as a developer and operator of shopping centres, said today the site could be divided into 1900 residential housing lots and could also include a retirement village, schools, retail centre, community facilities and a small mixed-business precinct.

Stockland spokesman Kingsley Andrew said the company looked forward to working with Rockhampton Regional Council to create a “sustainable and vibrant masterplanned community.”

He says the proposal is to offer a variety of value for money home and land packages catering for a range of household budgets.



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