23 February, 2024

New city is starting to take shape

The first community for the new city of Waraba, Lilywood Landings, is starting to take shape, with the first completed lots expected to be registered later this year and the first homes starting construction before the end of the year.

New city is starting to take shape - feature photo

The experienced national contracting group BMD Urban has been announced as the civil contractor to deliver the first stages of land at Lilywood Landings, following the first sod-turning event earlier this month.

Lennium Group Development Manager Ian Worthington said BMD had wasted no time getting started on civil works at Lilywood Landings.

“After many years of careful planning and preparation, we are delighted to see our contractor now mobilised on site and starting the job of bringing our vision for this community to life,” he said.

“This includes the construction of the vital infrastructure needed, not only for Lilywood Landings, but for the whole of the Waraba.”

The initial precinct of Lilywood Landings, to be named Merryvale, will feature a wide range of new home sites alongside a dedicated green corridor and proposed everyday services such as a childcare centre, swim school and service station.

BMD CEO Scott Power said the group has delivered new residential communities across Australia for the past 45 years.

“BMD brings our expertise to fulfil the first five stages of the Lilywood estate, and critical infrastructure to support future expansion across Caboolture West,” he said.

“With a collaborative approach to contracting, BMD is eager to help Lennium achieve its core objectives, progress Waraba and deliver much-needed affordable homes for the fast-growing Moreton Bay region.”

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