Substantial South Ripley development site for sale

EXPRESSIONS of interest are being sought for a substantial development site, strategically located in the fast growing south east Queensland western corridor at 787-815 Ripley Road, South Ripley.

The 28.87ha* land parcel, directly opposite the entrance to Providence Master Planned Community, comes with EPBC (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act) and Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) approval.

The development site is being marketed by Ray White Special Projects QLD directors Mark Creevey and Tony Williams.

Mr Creevey said the location of the land parcel, the surrounding facilities, its positioning and its future potential were real drawcards.

“Ripley is one of Australia’s largest master planned communities which has gathered its own significant momentum. If you wanted to compare, its status now is what Springfield’s was 10-15 years ago,” he said.

“The site provides excellent exposure and being directly opposite Providence, that offers a range of facilities including café, health & wellbeing hub, splash ‘n’ play water park, means future residents will already have a wide range of amenity on their doorstep.

“Providence has 200ha* dedicated to parklands as well as the recently opened $3M sports and recreation precinct, with Ripley’s first school also under construction, due to open in 2020.

“Ripley Valley itself is in the western growth corridor of south east Queensland and is only 40 minutes* south west of Brisbane CBD, 10 minutes* from Springfield City, accessible by the Centenary Highway, or you can head 15 mins* north to Ipswich.

“Ripley Valley town centre is also close with a Coles anchored supermarket and approximately  20 specialty stores, meaning the area caters to everyone from singles to families.”

Mr Williams said the planning approvals already in place would appeal to buyers, as sites like this seldom come with a EPBC and CHMP already in position.

“The designation of the land parcel is a combination of residential and mixed-use under the Ripley Valley Urban Core Land Use Plan, with the frontage and direct access to Ripley Road via a future intersection with Providence Parade providing excellent exposure for non-residential uses.”  he said.

“Ripley Valley is close to a range of major employment generators including Swanbank Enterprise Park, Amberley RAAF Base, Springfield City, Ipswich CBD, Citiswich Business Park and Ebenezer Industrial Precinct.

“It’s also less than a 20 minute commute to the Redbank industrial estate, which houses the new Rheinmetall Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence and Coles’ new $950M investment, in two 70,000sq m* automated distribution centres.

“The proximity to these major job centres will assist in providing local employment, which will in turn assist in driving population growth, securing future demand for residential housing product within the region.”

Expressions of interest close on Tuesday 26 March 2019 at 4pm (AEST).


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