Sheargold are pleased to welcome Kelly Small as our new Development Manager. Kelly will be responsible for Sheargold’s exciting masterplanned community at Tea Gardens – a development that will consist of over 700 home sites, community centre, pool and gymnasium and which will offer an enviable lifestyle for its future inhabitants.
Kelly comes to us with a Honours Degree and solid experience in Planning, and will no doubt prove to be a valuable asset to our expanding team at Sheargold.
Approval received for heritage inspired Childcare centre
As part of Sheargold’s philosophy of creating inspiring spaces we have received approval for a proposed 75 place childcare centre at the Vista Park community in Wongawilli. This unique centre is heritage inspired and based on the old QANSET barns that used to sit on the site before the had to be demolished due to structural issues. The childcare centre will be co-located with a proposed Café on a landscaped 1.2Ha rural inspired parcel of land located conveniently in the centre of Vista Park, which is currently at 50% completion, with over 500 residents already ‘living the life’. It should also be noted that there is a neighbouring estate currently being developed which is estimated to cater to a further 600+ residents. Total catchment for the area exceeds 10,000 residents.
It is anticipated that the centre will be available for lease commencing late 2020. Sheargold are currently calling for Expressions of Interest for operators to lease the centre who share our passion for creating communities. Further information can be found in our Leasing Information Memorandum or by contacting Rod de la Harpe on email@example.com
UDIA NSW Roy Sheargold Scholarship Winner Announced for 2019
In conjunction with Sheargold, each year UDIA NSW awards the Roy Sheargold scholarship to a young industry professional, enabling them to conduct research or further their education.
The winner for 2019 is Olivia Leal-Walker. Olivia is currently a Sustainability Advisor at Frasers Property and presents as a very deserving winner who espouses all of the expected qualities of a Roy Sheargold Scholarship winner.
Olivia intends to further her studies through the Masters of Sustainable Built Environment at UNSW. The judges were extremely impressed with her drive and unbridled passion for sustainable growth practices across Western Sydney. Her research will centre around keeping Western Sydney cool and for every home in the west to be connected to nature.
Sheargold are proud to support Olivia and wish her the very best in her future endeavours.