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A REAL SENSE OF PLACE
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TheNewWest landscape is set forexcitinggrowth
Residentswill be right at theheart
of thehugeexpansionoccurring in
what forecastersarecalling the ‘new
west’. It’sanaspirational term, but
thenumbersdescribeaverypositive
story for residents in thewest.
Thearea iscurrentlyundergoing
the largest, fastest growthof
anyouter suburban location in
Australia,with itspopulationof
200,000 set toalmostdoubleby2036.
Ina few short years, itwill
becomeoneofAustralia’s
mostprogressiveplaces to live,
certainly in termsof growth
inpopulation, infrastructure,
servicesandamenities.
Real Estate InstituteofVictoria
CEO, EnzoRaimondo, notes that
affordablehomesare still available
inareaswithgood transport links
andexcellent shopping, suchas
WerribeeandWyndhamVale.
Expansionaround thebustling
urbancentreofWerribee isall
embracing, extendingacross
business, research,medical,
university, lifestyleand sports.
Thisdiversity is stimulated
bypartnershipswith state
government and forward-looking
local organisations like the
WerribeeDevelopmentCentre.
Underpinnedbycareful
planningandcomprehensive
infrastructure, the regioncan look
forward toaverybright future.
Essential to that futurearenew
residential communitieswith
qualityhomesandattractive
surrounds, and this iswhat
motivatedDacland to launch three
of its signaturecommunities in
thewest. The region’spositive
outlookalignswithDacland’s
approachof creating real
communitiesbuilt aroundcareful
planningandconsistentquality.
“Our commitment toquality
ranges frombigpicture
considerations like location
todetails likeprovidinga
communitygardening service
tokeepeveryhome lookingneat
andappealing,” saysUrsula
Dwyer,Dacland’sGeneral
ManagerofCommunications.
For savvyhomebuyers
moving to thewest,Dacland
providesplentyof options.
Ahome inanyofDacland’s
threecommunities–Wynbrook
inWyndhamVale,King’sLeigh in
Werribee, orRothwell inTruganina
–meansaccess tocomprehensive
servicesandamenities; burgeoning
education, employment and
businessopportunities; and
proximity toworkand leisurevia
all-important transport routes.
It’snofluke that the$4.1billion
RegionalRail Link scheduled to
start takingpassengers in June
featuresnew train stations right
nearDacland’scommunities.
But there’smore tocreating
a real senseofhomeand
community than justproximity
to transport, infrastructureand
growth. That’swhereDacland’s
‘real senseofplace’ kicks in.
“Plentyofnewcommunities
areunderdevelopmenthere in
thewest,” saysUrsula. “But the
vitalmeasureof a successful
community takesplaceona
smaller,morehuman scale.
“Planting the seeds fora strong,
close-knit community togrow
iswhatmakes thedifference
betweenexistingand living.Real
communitiesgrowwhen the
people living there feel a senseof
belonging, prideandownership.
AndDaclandhasprovenover the
past 15years thatweknowhow
tocreate suchcommunities.”
Daclandunderstands that
vibrant communitiesareplaces
whereneighboursknoweach
other, enjoyeachother’scompany,
and thrive in theenvironment
theycreate together.
Great communitiesencourage
people to feelproudofwhere
they live, and toenjoy looking
after theirhomeandeachother.
Creatingsuchenvironments takes
yearsof experience, adedication
to learningwhatworksbest,
andkeepinganopenmind.
“Daclandunderstands that
people thrive inenvironments that
embracenature, offergenerous
openspaces to interact, and feel
organic in theirdesign,”Ursulasays.
The industry term forDacland’s
foresight isurbanplanning, and
this isat theheartofDacland’s
‘a real senseofplace.’ Formore
onhowDaclandachievesgreat
urbandesign, seepage6.
ResidentsatDacland’s
threecommunities
inMelbourne’swest
areperfectlyplacedto
appreciatethemost
dynamicresidential
growthAustralia
hasexperienced in
decades.
“Our commitment
toquality ranges
frombigpicture
considerations like
location todetails
likeproviding
a community
gardening service.”
DaclandGeneralManager
ofCommunications,
UrsulaDwyer
Daclandresidents inboxseat
toenjoyNewWest
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