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1 DEVELOPMENT MASTERPLAN POTENTIAL TRAIN STATION COMMUNITY CENTRE Greenbank will be a connected masterplanned community providing easy access to local and surrounding amenity. Affordable quality homes, green open spaces and genuine community values will make this a proud neighbourhood. SHOPPING CENTRE PUB LANE TEVIOT ROAD STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL LEGEND: NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS MAJOR LINEAR PARKS NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE FURTHER INVESTIGATION EXISTING EASEMENTS ROAD BUS STOPS HIGHER ORDER ROAD NETWORK SHARED PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE PATHWAYS POTENTIAL RURAL ACCESS POINTS Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the Greater Flagstone PDA Development Scheme. This is outside the area controlled by the applicant and is subject to approval and delivery by others. This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

2 TEVIOT ROAD LOCAL CONTEXT MILITARY TRAINING AREA PARK RIDGE STATE SCHOOL STATE SCHOOL POTENTIAL TRAIN STATION COMMUNITY CENTRE STONEY CAMP ROAD MOUNT LINDSAY HIGHWAY PARKLANDS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SHOPPING CENTRE PUB LANE WEARING PARK ROAD BRISBANE TO SYDNEY TRAIN LINE CROWSON LANE Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the Greater Flagstone PDA Development Scheme. This is outside the area controlled by the applicant and is subject to approval and delivery by others. This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

3 REGIONAL CONTEXT This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

4 PLANNING CONTEXT The proposed development has been prepared in accordance with development controls that were established by the State Government in The project is located within a key growth corridor identified by the State Government, being the Greater Flagstone Priority Development Area (PDA). The PDA Development Scheme sets out controls for development in the PDA and was established by the State Government in 2011 following a community consultation process. The subject site is zoned Urban Living. The urban living zone applies to most of the area intended for urban development in the UDA. The majority of the zone is intended to be developed as neighbourhoods focused on identifiable and accessible centres and comprising a mix of residential development including houses, multiple residential and other residential and live work opportunities through home based business. The urban living zone is also intended to accommodate a wide range of other nonresidential uses, including: District centres and neighbourhood centres A community greenspace network, environmental areas, significant tracts of koala habitat and open space corridors along waterways Local employment areas such as small scale industry and business areas and local shops Specific facilities and institutions such as educational establishments, child care centres and community facilities

5 PREVIOUS SITE USE The site has previously been used for agriculture in the form of cattle grazing. Large portions of the site have been previously cleared

6 BIODIVERSITY VALUES Areas of significant biodiversity values listed for protection by the State Government have been identified and confirmed through extensive ecological surveys. Significant biodiversity values have been identified in the eastern portion of the site (reflective of previous clearing in the central and western portions). Significant biodiversity values will be retained and preserved. More than 85 hectares (210 acres) is proposed as conservation parkland and intended to be transferred to Council to connect to, and form part of, the existing conservation land associated with Wearing Park. Substantial additional biodiversity values and vegetation are intended to be retained in the conservation parkland and through covenant controls on private land in the potential eco lot precinct. LEGEND: SIGNIFICANT BIODIVERSITY VALUES CONFIRMED AREAS OF REMNANT VEGETATION CONTAINING ENDANGERED REGIONAL ECOSYSTEMS CONFIRMED WATERWAY AREAS LEGEND: OTHER CONFIRMED AREAS OF REMNANT VEGETATION CONTAINING ENDANGERED REGIONAL ECOSYSTEMS PROPOSED CONSERVATION PARKLAND CONFIRMED PROPOSED WATERWAY POTENTIAL AREAS ECO LOT PRECINCT (SUBJECT TO FURTHER INVESTIGATION) This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

7 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT & LAND USES POTENTIAL TRAIN STATION COMMUNITY CENTRE NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE & COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE LARGE HOME SITES ALONG THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY SURROUNDING LAND USES: The masterplan for the new Greenbank project has been designed with the neighbouring community in mind. This means larger home sites (approx. 4,000sqm 2ha) will be situated along the site boundaries to provide a suitable transition from existing properties surrounding the site to the smaller residential lots within the estate. Further buffers are provided by the conservation parkland and the potential eco lot precinct. SHOPPING CENTRE PUB LANE REGIONAL PARKS & STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL CONSERVATION PARKLAND BIODIVERSITY VALUES: Significant biodiversity values are proposed to be retained within the conservation parkland (approx. 85ha) and the potential eco lot precinct. TEVIOT ROAD REGIONAL PARKS & STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL: More than 25ha of sports and recreation parks are proposed to be co-located with an 800 1,000 student State Primary School. The centralised location of these features provides a high level of accessibility with much of the proposed development being within a comfortable walking/cycling distance. LEGEND: NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS MAJOR LINEAR PARKS NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE ROAD NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE & COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE: A small neighbourhood centre is proposed and is likely to include a supermarket and a number of specialty stores. A community health centre is co-located with the neighbourhood centre. FURTHER INVESTIGATION EXISTING EASEMENTS BUS STOPS HIGHER ORDER ROAD NETWORK SHARED PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE PATHWAYS POTENTIAL RURAL ACCESS POINTS Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the LARGE HOME SITES ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the Greater Flagstone PDA Development Scheme. This is outside the area controlled by the applicant and is subject to approval and delivery by others. This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

8 RESIDENTIAL LOT TYPES COMMUNITY CENTRE RESIDENTIAL INTERFACE LOTS (NORTH) POTENTIAL TRAIN STATION Mirvac s development proposal includes a number of residential lot typologies as outlined below: Residential Standard Lots Most residential lots within the project will be Residential Standard Lots developed at a minimum net residential density of 15 dwellings per hectare as required under development controls established by the State Government in dwellings per hectare equates to average lot sizes of about m 2. Residential Interface Lots (North) While the detailed lot layout will be subject to future approvals, these residential lots are intended to: provide a density transition from the large residential lots to the north of the site to the smaller Residential Standard Lots within the estate; include the easements traversing this part of the site; be no less than 1 hectare in area; have building envelopes on the northern side of the power line easement; and have access from a new rural access street connecting Brightwell St to Campbell Rd (this new rural access street is not intended to connect to the balance of the development) Residential Interface Lots (South) While the detailed lot layout of most Residential Interface Lots (South) will be subject to future approvals, these lots are intended to: provide a density transition from the large residential lots to the south of the site to the smaller Residential - Standard Lots within the estate; maintain the rural character of Greenbank Road which we understand is planned as a rural arterial road type; be no less than 3,000sqm in area; typically have an area of approx. 4,000sqm (typical dimensions 40m wide x 100m long); have building envelopes located at least 40m from their southern boundaries; and have access from within the new development (lots are not intended to have direct driveway access to Greenbank Road). Potential Eco Lot Precinct (subject to further investigation) The Potential Eco Lot Precinct contains some significant biodiversity values requiring a sensitive design approach. Mirvac recognises that a carefully considered design outcome is required in this area and have therefore marked this area as subject to further investigation. Although subject to further investigation, Mirvac is currently considering large format lots in this precinct at a density of about one dwelling per hectare with no lot less than 3,000sqm. This style of development is intended to allow for retention of significant biodiversity values in a private ownership structure (subject to protection under environmental covenants). Mirvac has called this an eco lot precinct given the intention to design this area to sensitively address ecological values. Access to the Potential Eco Lot Precinct is subject to detail design but may be from within the new development, Heathcote Crt and/or Serengetti Dr. There will be no through traffic from the balance of the development to Heathcote Crt or Serengetti Dr. Note Interface lots have not been proposed along the Teviot Road frontage as this road is planned to undergo significant upgrades and be designated as an urban arterial road type (i.e. the current rural setting is planned to be significantly modified). While subject to detail design, Mirvac s Teviot Road frontage is likely to comprise landscaped acoustic mounding and/or acoustic fencing screened by a vegetated buffer. LEGEND: SHOPPING CENTRE PUB LANE NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS MAJOR LINEAR PARKS NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE TEVIOT ROAD RESIDENTIAL INTERFACE LOTS (NORTH) RESIDENTIAL INTERFACE LOTS (SOUTH) COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE FURTHER INVESTIGATION EXISTING EASEMENTS BUS STOPS HIGHER ORDER ROAD NETWORK SHARED PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE PATHWAYS POTENTIAL RURAL ACCESS POINTS ROAD Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the Greater Flagstone PDA Development Scheme. This is outside the area controlled by the applicant and is subject to approval and delivery by others. This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval. STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL RESIDENTIAL INTERFACE LOTS (SOUTH) POTENTIAL ECO LOT PRECINCT (SUBJECT TO FURTHER INVESTIGATION)

9 REGIONAL SPORTS & RECREATION PARKS MAIN PLAYGROUND JUNIOR CRICKET PITCH SENIOR CRICKET PITCH FOOTBALL/ SOCCER FIELDS COURTS WETLAND This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

10 RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOODS Mirvac is required to achieve a minimum density of 15 dwellings per hectare as per State Government requirements. A density of 15dw/ ha equates to an average lot size of about sqm. Mirvac plans to develop about 3,300 home sites at Greenbank. Attractive and cohesive streetscapes will be achieved through architectural and landscaping design standards (housing covenants). MIRVAC S GAINSBOROUGH GREENS MASTERPLANNED COMMUNITY

11 GROWING NEW JOBS, NEW LIFESTYLE Mirvac will deliver at least 25ha of sport and recreation parks, located centrally within the project and linked to the broader community via a network of pathways, cycleways and roads. Mirvac has a strong focus on community development. A dedicated community facilitator will develop and implement a community program that brings residents together to enjoy a range of events, social groups and neighbourhood gatherings throughout the year. Additional community facilities will include a state primary school with capacity for about 800 1,000 students, a neighbourhood centre and a community health centre. The Greenbank development will generate a significant number of jobs during the construction phase which is anticipated to span a period of 17 years. The project will provide direct ongoing employment opportunities in the neighbourhood centre, community health centre and primary school, and indirect ongoing employment opportunities for businesses such as retailers, trades and services.

12 CREATING OUR NEW COMMUNITY Mirvac is looking forward to growing with and becoming part of the local community in coming years. Development is expected to start in 2017 and will be completed in stages over an anticipated 17 year period. Mirvac recognises that community infrastructure is essential in the growth of its Greenbank community and the broader locality. Provision of community infrastructure including the school, neighbourhood centre, community health centre and regional parks requires coordination between a number of stakeholders and the timing for delivery is generally linked to demand. Mirvac will work with key stakeholders to align infrastructure delivery with demand.

13 NATURAL ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY The masterplan has been designed to preserve areas of significant biodiversity values, which have been identified and confirmed through extensive ecological surveys. More than 25% of the 481-hectare site will be dedicated open space, including conservation parkland, regional sports and recreation parks, and a series of neighbourhood and linear parks. The approximately 85-hectare conservation parkland has been located to ensure that the highest value ecological features on the site are retained and protected. It is intended that the conservation parkland will be transferred to Logan City Council to expand Council s existing Wearing Park conservation area and that existing walking trails in the Council land will be extended into the site to promote community access to, and enjoyment of, the natural assets. MIRVAC S GAINSBOROUGH GREENS MASTERPLANNED COMMUNITY The development will require clearing of some regrowth and lower order remnant vegetation, and Mirvac will provide offsets for such clearing in accordance with legislative requirements. Offsets allow for vegetation to be cleared on a site that is designated for development, subject to improvements to areas that are designated for conservation. Offset principles are generally based on the premise that it is a better long term outcome to create and/or improve designated, robust and consolidated conservation areas in suitable locations, rather than retain fragmented patches of vegetation in a developed landscape such as the landscape surrounding the Mirvac site. Mirvac will model its natural environment strategy on its successful Gainsborough Greens community on the Gold Coast, which features extensive use of recycled timber in its playgrounds and community spaces, thriving wetlands, and improved and purpose built habitats for native wildlife.

14 WETLAND A wetland of approximately two hectares is proposed to be integrated within the regional parks, providing for aesthetic amenity, wildlife habitat, and educational opportunities while also improving stormwater quality. MIRVAC S GAINSBOROUGH GREENS MASTERPLANNED COMMUNITY

15 TRAFFIC & TRANSPORT COMMUNITY CENTRE APPROX 13 HOMES ARE INTENDED TO GAIN ACCESS FROM BRIGHTWELL ST/CAMPBELL RD POTENTIAL TRAIN STATION The State Government has prepared traffic models that consider future growth and upgrade requirements. The transport network for the new Greenbank project has been determined using these models and designed with the neighbouring community in mind, with the majority of traffic generated by the development gaining access from arterial roads, Teviot Road and Greenbank Road. LEGEND: SHOPPING CENTRE PUB LANE TEVIOT ROAD STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL A local bus route will also be subsidised by Mirvac to provide a public transport service connecting to nearby transport nodes. PRIMARY ACCESS POINTS MINOR ACCESS POINTS NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS MAJOR LINEAR PARKS NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE UP TO 70 HOMES FROM THE POTENTIAL ECO LOT PRECINCT MAY GAIN ACCESS FROM SERENGETTI DR/HEATHCOTE CT FURTHER INVESTIGATION EXISTING EASEMENTS K ROAD ROAD BUS STOPS HIGHER ORDER ROAD NETWORK SHARED PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE PATHWAYS POTENTIAL RURAL ACCESS POINTS Location of Potential Train Station is shown as nominated in the Greater Flagstone PDA Development Scheme. This is outside the area controlled by the applicant and is subject to approval and delivery by others. This plan was prepared prior to construction and is indicative only and not intended to be a true representation. Changes may be made to all aspects of the development (including, without limitation, to the layout, composition, streetscape, dimensions, specifications, fittings and finishes) during development without notice. This plan is believed to be correct as at November 2016, but is not guaranteed. Interested parties (including prospective purchasers) must rely on their own inquiries. This plan is subject to development approval.

16 WANT TO KNOW MORE? Contact our dedicated Greenbank Community Information line on or with any questions. Visit our project website greenbank.mirvac.com Register for project updates by visiting our website and submitting your details.

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