A NEW estate in Brabham officially opened last Wednesday.
It is expected to add 479 lots to the North East Urban Growth Corridor over the next four years.
Ariella Private Estate, just off the already congested Lord Street, has lots ranging from 225 to 655sq m.
The master plan includes space for a district playing field, set to be built in 2016, and a town centre within walking distance.
There is also space set aside for a new primary school but the school’s construction depends on the State Government identifying the need for one there.
The State Government has flagged Brabham, Dayton, Bennett Springs and Caversham as huge growth suburbs.
Cedar Woods will make a per lot contribution from each lot created in the Ariella Private Estate to the developer’s contribution plan.
These funds are then used to provide road upgrades and infrastructure in the Brabham area.
Cedar Woods will contribute to the upgrade of Woollcott Avenue, in conjunction with other neighbouring landowners.