Residents to benefit from new facilities at Gledswood Hills
Sekisui House is delighted to announce that they have worked with the Council on a deal which will see a 10,000 square metre site re-purposed for general community use, greatly benefiting the Gledswood Hills community.
The land, located at Fairbank Drive, Gledswood Hills, has been used as Gledswood Hills Sales and Information Centre, playground and temporary car park by Sekisui House.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, said of the approval of the transfer, “We know how important it is to provide the community with community space and in particular parks for our local families and children to enjoy.
“This will allow Council to prepare another fantastic park in the Camden area which I am sure will be thoroughly used and will bring so many benefits to residents both in Gledswood Hills and surrounding areas.
“I thank Sekisui House for working with Council to find the best solution for the community and look forward to residents using the space well into the future.”
The property is set to be transferred to Council when the sales office is no longer required by Sekisui House and will be followed by a detailed assessment of the land and building to understand the opportunities at the site.
”We are extremely pleased that Council will be able to repurpose the site, ensuring that families from both within Gledswood Hills and the greater Camden area will be able to enjoy it for years to come,” Sekisui House Project Manager Ben Styles said.
“The commitment from Council to retain the iconic landscape and park settings is of enormous benefit, adding yet more green spaces for use throughout the estate.”