Super estate plans in Bathurst

Super estate plans in Bathurst

Bathurst could soon have their own super estate according to council, due to the need for more residential land.

According to Council Property Officer¬†Ben Campbell¬†the city’s housing boom is showing no signs of slowing down.

As soon as the current releases of Avonlea are complete the focus will turn to the west side, which will see the biggest development the city has ever had.

Two stages of Avonlea will be released at the same time due to the high demand.

Stages eight and ten of the subdivision are located on Knight Place, Phillip Street and Morgan Place.

Stage nine of Avonlea is scheduled for release in October and then all eyes will turn to west Bathurst for a massive sixteen hectare release, west of Windradyne and across to Sawpit Creek.

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