18 July 2018   

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Waterlea forms the residential component of the broader Stamford Park Precinct.  The Stamford Park Precinct is 40+ Hectares of natural habitat, waterways and open space along with Stamford Park Homestead including a cafe and function spaces.  The area is currently being regenerated and redeveloped by Knox City Council.

$13 million was pledged in the 2017-18 Knox City Council Annual Budget for the redevelopment of Stamford Park.

The works include:

The restored historic Stamford Park Homestead including a cafe and function spaces;
Regeneration and development of parkland and wetlands with shared pedestrian and cycle pathways and public spaces;
Lakeside Boardwalk and Kiosk;
Accessible playground;
Adventure play zone; and
Village Green.

The Waterlea Community has been designed to seamlessly integrate with these spaces.  The spaces being created are an extension of the community.

Please refer to www.knox.vic.gov.au/stamfordpark for concept plans of:

The Stamford Park Parklands;
Stamford Park Homestead Gardens; and
History of the Stamford Park Homestead.

To Note: Stockland has no control over the design or delivery of the Parklands or Homestead.  These are outside of Stockland’s project boundary and responsibility.  The design and delivery of the Parklands and Homestead is the sole responsibility of Knox City Council.  All representation made about these spaces needs to ensure customers are aware of this.