Multi-stage Master Plan containing 1,500 dwellings with communal lagoons, cafes, community facilities, pools and function rooms.
Construction of a 17 residential building with 4 levels of basement parking and curtain wall facade.
Construction of large master planned community with 617 apartments and an activated ground floor retail precinct.
The slab has now been laid for the 6-bedroom PIF House Parkview KARI built by Rawson Homes which will be a home and a new start for young people leaving foster care.
Young people living in the house will be provided support and mentoring to build independent living skills, find employment and transition back into the community. A live-in carer will support them with various issues relating to mental health, behavioural issues, trauma, violence and various disabilities.
Within the first year of leaving foster care, 35 per cent of young people are homeless, 29 per cent are unemployed and 46 per cent of males are involved in the juvenile justice system.
In the house, support staff will liaise with potential employers, landlords, community organisations and support services in order to build a strong network around the residents and fully prepare them for the transition into a successful adulthood, which will include independent living for some and supportive accommodation for others.