Attendees heard about the great projects planned for Lake Macquarie and the region at our business lunch in the Hunter last week.
Bryan Garland from Johnson Property Group presented the vision for Trinity Points $720 million project and attendees got a glimpse at the plans for this multi-purpose precinct by the Lake. The project is set to deliver enormous outcomes to the economy while boosting jobs and housing supply. With a unique setting, the plans respond to the environment it will be built in and it promises to be a landmark site.
Lake Macquarie CEO Morven Cameron and Hunter Joint Organisation Program Lead Kim Carland, joined the panel to share their insights on other exciting things to come across the Hunter and Lake Macquarie, with questions moderated by Compose Consulting’s Principal Julie Rich.
Students from St Pius High School also attended the lunch to celebrate their involvement in the Property Council’s Girls in Property Program in the Hunter and were able to see first-hand how multi-use sites are planned for, and the challenges and opportunities that come along with developing a project of such significance.