WA Government Appoints Delfin Lend Lease Preferred Developer For Alkimos Community Development

THE West Australian government has named Delfin Lend Lease as the preferred developer for the first stage of the 710 hectare Alkimos Community development, 40 kilometres north of Perth.

Alkimos will be Delfin Lend Lease’s first major project in WA, despite establishing in the state two years ago.

Perth based Satterley Property Group and Mirvac were also shortlisted to buy the site, the AFR reports.

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Delfin Lend Lease Pays $30 Million For Plumpton Block, Melbourne

DESPITE fears Melbourne’s $4.3 billion regional rail link might be shelved, Australia’s biggest developers are exploiting last year’s Urban Growth Boundary changes, continuing to quietly snap up farmland in Melbourne’s mid-west.

This time, in Plumpton, Sydney-based Delfin Lend Lease has paid about $30 million for an approximate 63 hectare site on Beattys Road.

The land was included within the revised UGB last year, and was understood to have been sold by Oliver Hume director – special projects, Peter Vassallo, who was unavailable for comment.

Toni Mills, head of Delfin Lend Lease, told The Saturday Age’s Capital Gain it planned to undergo a planning and community consultation process to determine the most appropriate vision for the site.

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Stockland Pays $300 Million For Massive Kalkallo Site, Melbourne

SYDNEY-based Stockland Limited has committed to paying $300 million for a 1,121 hectare development site north of Melbourne, reportedly Australia’s largest ever individual land transaction.

The Lockerbie sheep station, about 35 kilometres north of Melbourne, falls within the recently redefined Urban Growth Boundary, now, effectively allowing it to be rezoned for residential use.

To date Melbourne has sprawled substantially east, and south, but less so, to the north and south.

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