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We’ve broken ground on Lilywood Landings!

9 February 24

In an historic day for the Moreton Bay region, the first sod has been turned at Lilywood Landings, the gateway community to the massive new city of Waraba – which will be home to about 70,000 people.

Queensland Minister for Housing, Local Government, and Planning and Minister for Public Works, Meaghan Scanlon, was on hand to help us break ground and see first-hand our exciting vision for Lilywood Landings.

Among the other special guests were the Mayor of the City of Moreton Bay, Peter Flannery, Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning, Jarrod Bleiije, and Nicholas Lennon and Anthony Lennon, Directors of Lennium Group.

With silver shovels in hand, the group joined forces to officially turn the first sod at Lilywood Landings.

“Lilywood Landings stands as the entry project to this promising new city. Spanning around 70 hectares, the community will provide a total of 705 lots and a wide range of much-needed affordable new homes,” said Mr Lennon.

“Lilywood Landings will also be home to Waraba’s first display village, in partnership with Master Builders Queensland, and we will be announcing more details about the village soon.

“At Lennium Group, we are very excited at the role Lilywood Landings will play in supporting the rapid growth of the Moreton Bay region, which is expected to reach 800,000 residents by 2046.”

We can’t wait to see the community continue to come to life over the coming months.

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