Part of a Master Plan

28 August 2020

Purpose-built communities are growing in popularity as more people seek to maximise their access to amenities while maintaining a safe and secure environment for their families.

In Queensland, the first resort-style masterplanned community, Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast, welcomed residents in 1986.

In an interview with The Courier Mail, UQ Business School lecturer Dr John Sturgeon said the attraction for would-be residents was the opportunity to parachute into the desirable environment, lifestyle and amenities only offered by other exclusive, tightly held and accordingly, expensive residential enclaves that had grown organically over time.

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