Tagged: bribie island

The most popular land developments in 2015

Date Released - January 7, 2016.

Article sourced from Realestate.com.au Those in search of land in 2015 were chasing the water, with eight out of 10 suburbs in a national list of most popular land developments on the outskirts of Queensland’s coastal centres. The only development in the top 10 outside the sunshine state was Stockland’s established Highlands community, in Melbourne’s northern city fringe suburb… Read more »

A Sanctuary at Sanctuary

Date Released - October 30, 2014.

Sanctuary Grove Estate, situated near the entry to pristine Bribie Island, is a fine example of how careful environmental management can enhance a community. Urban planning studies have shown that parks, gardens, and green spaces in urban areas improve the wellbeing and the quality of life of residents. One such study done in the UK… Read more »

Sandstone Lakes Sale Success

Date Released - October 8, 2014.

QM Properties have announced the opening of their Home and Land Centre at Sandstone Lakes, on Redondo Drive, Ningi. “There has been a lot of interest in Sandstone Lakes with buyers very keen on land that is so close to the beach,” said QM Properties Sales Manager Damien Ross. “A number of homesites were snapped… Read more »

Sandstone Lakes by the Sea

Date Released - June 16, 2014.

Queensland developer QM Properties have a new waterside community to add to their range of planned residential communities in the Moreton Bay Regional Council. Sandstone Lakes is situated on Pumicestone Passage, just south of the Bribie Island Bridge, on the mainland side of the waterway. QM Properties investment and confidence in the Moreton Bay Regional… Read more »

Moreton Bay Moves On

Date Released - December 15, 2013.

The future looks very bright for the Moreton Bay building industry, according to a recent think tank of industry and government experts. Hosted by Master Builders, the annual ‘Outlook and Opportunities’ event, held at Club Pine Rivers, was a platform to identify key trends. The panel debated local issues, such as planning approval processes and… Read more »