$700m Tallawong Plan Moves On

A development application to build nine apartment towers containing approximately 900 units at Tallawong Road, directly opposite Tallawong Metro station, is due to go on public exhibition soon.

CDMA Australia’s $600million development proposal is for a 4 hectare site at 34-42 Tallawong Rd, near the future town centre. The DA was lodged with Blacktown City Council last month and will go on Public Exhibition from mid December for six weeks as part of the approval process.

In 2018 the developer lodged a planning proposal to increase the height limit from 16 to 26 metres, together with a Voluntary Planning Agreement to provide a public plaza of 2,200sqm for community use.

CDMA Australia Development Manager, Alex Guan said after three years of coordination with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and local Blacktown Council, the planning proposal was gazetted and officially took effect on September 30th 2021.

The height limit of the buildings was increased to 26 metres and the residential yield was increased from 630 units to approximately 900 units subject to DA approval.

He said the development has set a new precedent for heights in the area..

Designed by architecture practice, Kann Finch, the $700 million master-planned development will include nine buildings each at eight storeys in height and, subject to DA approval, is due to be completed within six or seven years. The plans include a public piazza with two main zones, an open paved piazza fronting the street and internal green lawns plus a children’s play area.

A green spine, comprising a village green lawn and communal facilities, will run through the middle of the development surrounded by an extensive running track.

The developer has already seen strong demand for its current residential development, Rosella Place located at 56 Cudgegong Road, Rouse Hill, selling $30 million in sales since July. Rosella Place has 357 apartments set across five mid-rise buildings located within a short 100m walk to the newly openedTallawong Metro Station.

CDMA Australia’s CEO Richard Wu said since CDMA had entered the Australian marketplace in 2017, the company’s development pipeline had grown gradually with three significant projects either underway or in planning.

“Our first project, Rosella Place has completed its first stage and is now sold out and settled while the second stage will start construction early in the new year.”

The second project is 34 Tallawong Road and the third project is a large-scale master planned community in Leppington.

For further information on CDMA visit cdmaustralia.com.au or call 1300 828 803.

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