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Shop until you drop

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It's all in the name

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First Residents’ Dreams Become Reality

It’s an exciting year

ahead at Dacland

communities in the

west, with the first

homes already under

construction at

Villages of Rothwell

in Tarneit and King’s

Leigh in Werribee,

and first land titles

imminent at other

Dacland communities.

Dacland Managing Director,

John C. Dwyer said the Dacland

team is looking forward to

welcoming new residents to its

vibrant communities in the

coming months.

Final works are underway on

the first stages at our Wynbrook

community in Wyndham Vale

and Manzeene Village at Lara.

Construction on homes in these

communities will start in the

coming months.

“We're delighted to see so many

people realising their dreams and

building a home of their own in

2017,” he said.

John said Dacland will be

establishing a display village at

Manzeene Village in Lara and

launching a new community at

Plumpton in the City of Melton

later in 2017.

Dacland is also creating a

presence in Melbourne’s southeast

with construction well underway

on Lochaven in West Cranbourne.

“The strong demand for

new homes across Melbourne's

growth corridors is providing

great opportunities for Dacland to

produce quality communities that

become places where people feel

a sense of connection and

belonging,” said John.

Rini and Chris, registered nurses

from Tarneit, are the first to start

works on their home in the new

Rothwell community. They shared

with us their hopes for their new

home and the community they

will move into.

“This will be the second home

we have purchased; however, we

don’t plan to leave this one any

time soon. We have selected a lot

that will accommodate the perfect,

affordable and sizeable home for

our family,” said Chris.

Rini and Chris, who have a

baby son, are thrilled to see that

construction has begun and

that their dream family home

is becoming a reality.

With a pre-established love for

the Tarneit community, the couple

have chosen a four bedroom, two

bathroom, double-storey structure

in which to raise their family.

“We know that Tarneit is an up-

and-coming destination. It will have

everything we need and is central

to the freeway, public transport,

schools and shops, which will make

our family life easier”.

Rini, Chris and their fellow

Rothwell neighbours will enjoy

magnificent open spaces, elegant

tree-lined streets and quality

amenities.

“We can’t wait to move into the

new family home we have worked

so hard for; we feel lucky to be a

part of the community at Rothwell,”

said Chris.

Chris and Rini are thrilled to see construction begin on their dream home.

Summer 2017 | Issue 9

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