Redbank Plains, Queensland, Australia – House and Land from $500,000 – Full Fixed Turn Key Packages. Selling Fast !!
Perched neatly on a breezy hill overlooking Mount Nebo and Mount Glorious in the distance, this boutique development of only 29 large family-oriented home sites in the booming west Brisbane corridor is not to be missed. You will find schools, shops, parks and sporting fields all within walking distance, and the hub of Springfield Central less than 10 mins drive away.
The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is a federal government initiative designed to improve the quality of life for all Australians living with a permanent disability.
The NDIS endeavours to advance how people living with disabilities in all states and territories within Australia benefit from government support. It is open to help support all eligible candidates who have an intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive or psychosocial disability.
A key component of the NDIS is the SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation). SDA is a provision to accommodate people who require specialist housing solutions.
The SDA has opened up investment opportunities for private and corporate investors who wish to develop and manage the newly required specialist dwellings currently being built across the country to meet the growing demand.
Queensland commuters, freight drivers and tourists alike will benefit from the multi-billion-dollar transport spend unveiled in the state budget.
Southeast Queensland will be the big winner, with huge investments set to be delivered along the rail corridor, on the M1 between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, local rail lines on the Gold and Sunshine coasts, and upgrades along the Bruce Highway growth corridor.
The rest of the state hasn’t been forgotten, with a multi-billion-dollar Bruce Highway capital program to benefit towns between Cairns and Brisbane and rail investments for the regional network.
As promised in the election campaign, Queenslanders will be on-board 20 new trains by 2025, all bearing a stamp not seen in more than a decade – Made in Queensland – with construction set to begin at Maryborough.
In total, the government will spend $6.3 billion in “transformative transport infrastructure”, which includes $1.5 billion to continue construction work on the Cross River Rail.