Kite Street, Upper Kedron
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Project Completion – February 2019
Highbury by Mosaic
FAQs From The Community
We met with the president of the community group ‘Ferny Grove & Upper Kedron’ to gain a better understanding of the community that Mosaic are going to become a part of, as well as to gather questions that the community were asking. Here are some of the questions below…
We are aiming to start onsite in late January 2018.
The overall completion date for this development will be dependent on sales time frames, but given the strong interest that we have received for this development since last month’s release, we are confident for a February 2019 finish. Once a purchaser has settled on the land it is conditioned that they must commence construction within 60 days and be complete within 12 months. Mosaic Constructions typical build time for a house, post earthworks completion is 16 weeks. We will keep you up-to-date with sales and completion dates as and when information becomes available.
Our initial proposal for the site was for 28 free hold homes and 30 townhouses under a community titles scheme. Through consultation with council and most notably Steve Toomey’s office, we significantly scaled back our proposal to just 26 free hold homes, which equates to a very conservative 950m2 per dwelling across the site.
4-bedroom house and land packages start from $676,500. If you would like any further information on pricing or what is included in our Highbury by Mosaic house and land packages, please contact CJ Van Peppen email@example.com.
The civil works, which include clearing, excavation, levelling and retaining sections of the site will last for approximately 20 to 25 weeks (excluding rain delays) from when we commence on site.
We completed a full independent Bush fire Management Plan prepared by one of Queensland’s most respected ecological/environmental consultants, which has been approved by Queensland Fire Emergency Services. The approved site layout provides a fire break between bush land and built form with the internal roadway, which greatly reduces fire spread from its current natural form. We also have strict bushfire management covenants in our sales contracts, to ensure that each owner is responsible for their individual fuel loads.
‘Highbury by Mosaic’ has 3 main points of access as connectivity is a key design consideration. Wagtail Street will be extended, and a one-way entry street will be installed to service lots 18 to 26, with the remaining houses to be serviced from an extension of Kite Street. We have also allowed for a pedestrian ‘cut-through’ to access the Kingfisher Drive Park between lots 8 and 9.
Yes, each house is equipped with a double lock-up garage and driveway and there are also areas within this development that can serve as an additional parking if required.
During the initial earthworks stage, vehicles will park onsite where possible, but once we progress into the build phase and the site has been levelled, there will be sufficient parking onsite for trade vehicles.
Our intention is to sell each lot as a house and land package, with our in-house construction team to be the preferred delivery partner, to increase build efficiencies and maintain a consistent quality finish.
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