North Lakes to ramp up industry and housing

February 9, 2019 by  

North Lakes is looking to continue growing in the next few years by initiating a number of projects and developments to catch the eye of investors, families and new businesses.

One of the fastest growing areas by population in South East Queensland, the North Lakes area is continually upgrading and revamping its infrastructure. North Lakes has to keep up with its growing population by developing vacant land into houses and has recently begun construction of the new Mango Hill State School with enrolment to begin as early as 2021.

The Laguna development is a $250 million project with hopes of pedestrianizing the North Lakes city centre and providing foot traffic to other shopping precincts in the area. Businesses that decide to set up in areas which are quickly developing can use printing services to assist with marketing plans to reach out to new customers.

A private hospital is also being built opposite the North Lakes Medical Centre which is stocked with specialists and practitioners.

The construction at the Mill in Moreton Bay will be completed later this year with the opening of the University of the Sunshine Coast. This structure, once completed, will cater for up to 10,000 students bringing a boost to the economy and having a positive and far-reaching impact for years to come.