At Altrove, we know it takes a lot more than bricks and mortar to create a thriving community. Our annual Liveability Index Survey measures what matters to our residents, so we can design our communities around what’s important.
The Liveability Index Survey invites feedback on all aspects of the community - from quality of built and natural environments, to how it's design supports mental and physical wellbeing. Watch more about it below.
We are planning to deliver a temporary community hub, cafe and play spaces associated with a new relocated passenger drop-off/pick-up zone and pedestrian access to Schofields Train Station at end of Altrove Boulevard.
We are recommencing conversations with Blacktown City Council to propose amendments that are suitable to the scale of the local community and complementary to the existing Hilltop Park.
Stay connected with the community. We would like to create ways for the Altrove community to stay connected with local schools and other parents through virtual and site activations.
“What we love about Altrove is that it is close to everything, particularly the train station. There are also shops nearby, which is fantastic and really convenient.”
- Monique Ruggier
Learn more about the community.
*Percentage calculated from results obtained in the Stockland Liveability Index Survey conducted between 03/02/2020 and 13/03/2020. The Stockland Liveability Index Survey contains views and opinions expressed by customers of Stockland. The views, opinions and commentary of such individuals may not represent the views, opinions and commentary of all customers of Stockland. Stockland does not accept any liability for loss or damage arising as a result of any reliance on the views, opinions and commentary of such individuals.
^Any future infrastructure referenced is proposed for Stockland Altrove as at 13/07/2020. The delivery and location of proposed infrastructure, facilities, amenities, services and destinations is indicative only and may change due to future circumstances.