First sod turned on Lilywood Landings, and a brand new city

Lennium Group is proud to announce that construction of our new Lilywood Landings community has officially commenced after a VIP sod-turning event last week.

Lilywood Landings is the largest of several new communities that make up the first precinct for Waraba (formerly Caboolture West) in the City of Moreton Bay and sits at the gateway to the entire city.

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.

“At Lennium Group, we are very excited at the role Lilywood Landings will play in supporting this growth and giving more people the opportunity to live, work and play in the Moreton Bay region.

“For more than two decades, Lennium Group has been creating high-quality residential communities across Australia, including townhouses and apartments. As an Australian family-owned company, we bring a wealth of expertise to the creation of new communities and have a long track record of residential communities in Queensland with a current pipeline of around 2,500 lots.

“Our sense of accomplishment grows with the development of Lilywood Landings, a project poised to make a significant impact on the ongoing housing challenge with affordable new homes for Queensland families.”

Mr Lennon said Lennium Group had contracted to acquire the Lilywood Landings site back in 2005 and had worked tirelessly for many years to progress the project. “I am proud to say we have been a driving force in the Caboolture West vision, which has now evolved into an entirely new city for Queensland.”