SOUTH Australia’s biggest private residential development will provide around 470 on-site construction jobs each year until at least 2036 once civil construction starts next month.
The first stage of Hickinbotham Group’s Liberty estate is part of the $1.2 billion Two Wells township expansion, which will create more than 3000 jobs over the next 20 years and boost population from 2552 to more than 10,000.
The 400ha Liberty development is in the north-western corner of Two Wells, 45km north of Adelaide, and is located with its sister estate, Eden.
“Liberty will include extensive recreational trails, sporting facilities, and the historic township of Two Wells is just a short stroll down the road,” Hickinbotham Group managing director Michael Hickinbotham said.
An aerial concept image of the completed Liberty Estate in Two Wells.
He said the development had been established to provide families with housing affordability at all stages of life.
“The estate has been designed with a focus on family living, with the majority of allotments being larger,” Mr Hickinbotham said. “There is plenty of open space for kids to kick a ball or fly a kite.
“The proposed Lutheran birth-to-Year 12 school will be a focal point of Liberty and will meet the needs of the growing community and district.”
Allotment sizes will range from 417sq m to about 1000sq m to suit those looking for low-maintenance living to larger family homes.
Mr Hickinbotham said the company had worked with the Adelaide Plains Council and the community since 2007 to ensure the Two Wells township expansion was well-planned and delivered increased infrastructure with population growth.
The Liberty construction project is anticipated to have a life of up to 20 years.
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