Subdivision works at a property in North Dandalup, will avail 10 new residential lots with the income from site sales set to be directly invested in new infrastructure for Murray.
Works at Lot 102 Lakes Road, North Dandalup, will proceed over the next four months and will include the undergrounding of power, communications and water reticulation as well as road upgrades and drainage.
The lots will be approximately 2000m2 and complimented by a recreation reserve.
According to Shire President Cr. David Bolt, the project is a derivative of the Shire’s strategic approach to the management of Council owned land.
“As sites are sold, Council will consider the distribution of funds towards infrastructure specified in existing community strategies and masterplans, including the North Dandalup Oval Masterplan which proposes a new kick-about space and play equipment, to activate the area and deliver priority community amenities.
“Additionally, new families will be able to enjoy country living, in close proximity to services and larger metropolitan areas including Perth and Mandurah,” Cr. Bolt said.
Council allocated $600,000 in the 2018/19 budget to complete the development.
Contractors have been engaged for the design and superintendence of the project as well as servicing works, while the Shire of Murray will complete the roadworks and drainage components in-house.
For further information and to view the subdivision plan as well as the North Dandalup Oval Masterplan, visit www.murray.wa.gov.au/lot-102-lakes-road-north-dandalup.