WOULD ‘density in the right locations’ be about Dahua’s acquisitions? Cough … cough …
DESPITE Menangle Park being a rural village 70 Km from the Sydney CBD via the M5 …
HAS Dahua deliberately appointed a local as Development Director with a ‘Tier One design Team’ ? Is Dahua following the lead of COUNTRY GARDEN aka RISLAND with it having reshaped over 500 Chinese towns from tier 1 to tier 5?
The FIRB Ruling allows developers to sell 100% of ‘new homes’ to overseas buyers … for projects of 49 dwellings or less
AT this rate … much GROWTH for the Chinese Diaspora … which, it would seem, is facilitating a threat to our Sovereignty and Security … ??
-foreign buyers can gain a ‘Permanent Resident Visa’ following property acquisition; where are the checks? Who vets these people?
.is the only requirement that they invest in Australian property?
VIEW: ‘Influence has grown’: Chinese developers buy one-third of Australia’s sites in 2016
-in 2016 Chinese developers bought almost 40 per cent of the total $5B residential sites
-the Dahua Group in Bardia near Liverpool with another project in Menangle Park, Menangle, Edmondson Park, Mt Gilead the outskirts of Campbelltown, and units and houses in Cranbourne West, Werribee and South Yarra.
THIS IS FRIGHTENING … With a Whole Cohort of Australians locked out of Home Ownership in their own country!!
Developer Dahua Group advocates for Menangle Park apartment towers
Bold plans for thousands of apartments in the rural area of Menangle Park are moving forward with a developer telling an independent planning panel it is about ‘density in the right locations’.
Daniel McGookin, Macarthur ChronicleSubscriber only|October 24, 2019 2:02pmClose
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Drone vision of the land release at Menangle Park
A developer who is making moves to deliver high density apartment towers in the rural village of Menangle Park has promoted the bold plans before an independent planning panel.
Dahua Group development director Kith Clark yesterday told the three-person Campbelltown Local Planning Panel that the new Menangle Park masterplan, which includes a high density zoning, supports a grand, long-term vision for the area.
“Menangle Park is Dahua’s flagship and most important project in Sydney,” he said.
“Our vision for Menangle Park is to create a thriving and active local community.”
Mr Clark said a “tier one design team” had been working on the masterplan which would deliver “density in the right locations” and create more jobs.
The planning proposal, if adopted, would see Dahua Group deliver a 55 per cent rise in the number of planned dwellings — from 3400 to 5250.
A high density zoning, which would accommodate buildings up to eight storeys high, would be introduced near the town centre under the proposed masterplan.
Mr Clark told the panel that Dahua Group had taken a long-term view of 20 to 30 years on the project and plan to operate the two proposed shopping centres.
The Campbelltown Local Planning Panel will publish its recommendations on the planning proposal request to Campbelltown Council by 4pm Friday.