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IPSWICH’S HOTSPOT SUBURBS AND WHY SO MANY PEOPLE ARE MOVING HERE

By Jane Pinder
Nov 14, 2017

Council’s Planning and Development September Quarterly Activity Report found strong activity in subdivisions.

New lots were created at Spring Mountain (231 lots) and South Ripley (178 lots), but the hottest spots for new lots approved were Colllingwood Park (442 lots) and Springfield (406 lots).

Council approved 1144 new residential lots for the September 2017 quarter. In comparison, 468 lots were approved in the September 2012 quarter.
Developers such as Lendlease and Peet are at the forefront of Ipswich’s growth. They are building new estates in key suburbs.

Peet’s Eden’s Crossing in Redbank Plains is one of southeast Queensland’s fastest selling residential developments. The 120ha masterplanned community will deliver up to 1200 homes within the next seven years...
 
 

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