Thu Sep 24 2020Developments
Jinding Developments, a division of Jinding, is pleased to announce the appointment of civil contractor Bitu-mill for construction works on stage 1 & 2 at Harriott at Armstrong Creek.
Bitu-mill is one of Australia’s leading multi-disciplinary contractors, specialising in civil and landscaping construction on new estates across Victoria.
Works are planned to commence onsite early next week and the first two stages will see 81 residential lots delivered which will be titled and ready for new homes construction mid-2021.
We have continued to achieve great success and strong sales for Harriott in 2020. The appetite from local buyers so far is a testament to Harriott’s compelling vision and urban design. We love that this new community will have established shopping amenity balanced with stunning parks and open space making it a great value proposition home buyers. Starting construction in this uncertain market speaks to the confidence we have in this project. We are pleased to award this contact to Bitu-mill who has the right experience to deliver this fantastic new community.Liz Ronson – Managing Director of Jinding Developments
A major milestone for the development, construction commencement follows a year of strong pre-sales despite challenging market conditions. The premier location of the site is opposite the existing Warralily Shopping Village and Armstrong Creek Education Precinct. It is also bordered by the 500ha Sparrovale Wetlands Reserve providing an unmatched lifestyle proposition for prospective buyers.
We are very pleased to be partnering with Jinding Developments at Harriott Estate at a time when the land development industry has been vital to Victoria. In excess of 500 jobs are being created from this thriving development which will be home to a community of over 1000 residents and we are very proud to be creating local jobs in the City of Greater Geelong Region. We look forward to sharing further updates as works commence on this exciting new community.Jarrod Shearson – Bitu-mill Urban State Manager