Estate has official launch near Midland

July 5, 2017 by  

Midland politician Michelle Roberts witnessed the launch of the Bushmead estate last month.

The sales office for the Bushmead estate is formally open now that a plaque has been unveiled, and no doubt booklet printing will soon be used to showcase what is available.

Bushmead is approximately 16 kilometres away from the centre of Print company in Perth printing services Perth. Ben Rosser, the manager, told the Midland Reporter:

“Bushmead presents a limited opportunity for nature lovers looking at escaping the hustle and bustle of city life. It is home to some of WA’s most unique fauna and flora that future residents and surrounding communities will be able to explore and connect with.”

The development has taken shape quickly, with construction commencing eight months prior to the formal launch. Rosser and Roberts were joined by Bill Hames on the occasion of the opening.

Rosser has the intention of promoting healthy living, and cycling routes and walking trails should make it straightforward for locals to maintain their levels of fitness. He made clear that the estate should eventually accommodate in excess of 2,000 people. The hope is that a sustainable community can be created in an ecologically sensitive way.

The Water Corporation and the Urban Development Institute of Australia have got behind the project, with habitat preservation a major concern for all those involved in the initiative.

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