Heritage Parc has been shortlisted in the prestigious Urban Development Industry Association’s (UDIA) Awards for Excellence 2014. The masterplanned 450-lot residential community is just in its second stage so the announcement comes as a welcome surprise for the McCloy Group.
Managing Director, Louise McCloy said Heritage Parc’s place in the shortlist was a reflection of what the estate has to offer at such an early stage, but emphasized the best is still yet to come.
“This is the first time the McCloy Group has built a housing estate in the Maitland local government area and we are determined to build something different where residents canexplore, flourish and belong,’’ Ms McCloy said.
“We will be creating a vibrant outdoor art gallery which will be exhibited across the estate and blended with amenities like cycleways, fitness circuit, playgrounds, sporting fields and community gardens.”
The active recreation plan for these spaces includes a cycleway, golf facilities, a community garden, an outdoor art gallery, picnic areas with BBQ facilities, various playgrounds suitable for children aged 1-15 years, fitness circuits, playing fields, a cricket facility and basketball/netball court and a dedicated off-leash dog park.
A multipurpose community centre will be the hub of the community with a large number of activities catering to a wide range of user capabilities and interests. Community programs on offer will include child care, book clubs, dance classes, yoga/pilates, gymnasium and scouts/girl guides to name a few.