[ Posted on behalf of CORE Development ]

CORE development recently acquired two blocks on the eastern side of the Gungahlin Town Centre at the corner of Camilleri Way and Manning Clark Crescent. This site is zoned for mixed-use (CZ5) and the conditions of sale requires 331 dwellings to be constructed, of which 57 must be affordable and  8 are allocated to public housing.

Sites sold recently in East Gungahlin – two sites purchased by CORE Developments highlighted in green (two sites purchased by the Canberra Business and Technology College highlighted in blue)

CORE are undertaking a pre-Development Application consultation and will be holding a drop-in session on Thursday, 5 August 2021 between 5.00-7.00pm at the Gungahlin Eastlake Football Club. Please register your interest to attend via info@coredev.com.au.

The GCC has also been provided with a more recent set of plans that reflects the feedback the proposal has had from the National Capital Design Review Panel.

CORE Developments will also be attending and speaking at the GCC public meeting on 11 August.

The key elements of the development include

  • approximately 224 apartments in two towers of 9 and 12 stories at the western edge
  • a 5 floor tower at the estern edge, with just two units per floor
  • approximately 98 townhouses/terraces
  • a ground floor commercial family restaurant facing into the proposed linear park at the western edge

If you would like further information about the Proposal, please send an email to info@coredev.com.au and a member of the Core Developments team will be in contact.

1 Comment
  1. And so where do all of these dwellers go to work?
    If these blocks of land were developed in the way that was promised by the ACT govt and their planning department officials the people of Gungahlin would potentially living and working in their town centre. And then add to this the fact that $1bn would have been saved with absolutely no need to build a tram.

    Not to mention that with the current pandemic and the potential for pandemics in the future we are putting future population at risk by living in such congested developments.

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