By David Lee
RETIREES and young couples looking for a unique opportunity to begin structuring a home lifestyle, will soon get the chance as Craigmuir Lakes in Mooroopna North opens its banks in preparation for the development of 16 small residential lots. Currently in its early stages of production and due for completion in late January to early February of 2012, the development will boast house and land packages different to what is currently available in Mooroopna, provide the regions west with greater opportunities for growth.
Chosen for its serenity, Craigmuir Lakes was the final location choice for developers Cirillo Builders and in conjunction with Land Management Surveys Shepparton (LMSS), the two fulfilled the requirements of the Department of Sustainability and Environment before the projects commencement, planting 550 new shrubs and trees in the Shire of Moira in a bid to combat against any removal of vegetation that has been necessary during the early construction phases.
Manager of Land Management Surveys Shepparton, Michael Toll told The Adviser last week the development will offer different options formally available in the area adding it will provide something other than the standard family homes currently on offer in the area.
“It is something a little bit different for Mooroopna and is quite a unique location. There are possibilities for the construction of better economic dynamics for the region and will assist in expansion,” Michael said.