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01 August 2018 Posted by 

CHINESE DEVELOPER MOVES IN

With a masterplan for south-west
RED DWYER

A CHINESE-backed residential developer boosts its support for the Campbelltown-Macarthur region by unveiling plans for a $1.5B masterplan project in the booming south-west corridor.

The project is on a 364-hectare site, in Menangle, which the Dahua Group Australia acquired in 2016 – one of three major land purchases in the area.

Dahua’s proposal is expected to yield close to 4000 lots as part of the transformation of the Campbelltown-Macarthur community on the banks of the Nepean River.

“In line with our ongoing support for the Campbelltown-Macarthur community, our team [has] aimed to redefine the area while preserving its history and culture,” said Eric Li, Dahua Australia CEO, for NSW and Queensland.

The Menangle Park development will join Dahua’s $1B masterplanned development, New Breeze, in the region at Bardia.

Dahua Australia is a subsidiary of multi award-winning property developer Dahua Group, established in 1988, one of China’s 50 largest developers.

 



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