Wallis Property announces rebrand
February 10th, 2016
After ten years in business, Wallis Property, development managers at Dunsborough Lakes, have a new name (Urban Quarter), office address and website (urbanquarter.net.au).
Behind our new name and look we’re still the same company, owned and run by the same people with the same passion, principles and dedication to detail that, over the last decade, have seen us grow from a small consultancy to a business now established among the top echelon of WA land developers.
We’ve had a wonderful ten years as Wallis Property and would like to thank all our clients, associates and customers for helping us go further than even we had imagined. We look forward to sharing in more success with you as we move forward as Urban Quarter.
Construction Steaming Along with new park underway.
July 20th, 2015
After a strong period of sales over the past 6 months, stage 14, 15 and Stage 1 of the Links have almost sold out.
We have undertaken an extensive construction program to meet the demand for land and are starting to see the results with titles issuing on program for stage 14. We are also pleased with our progress of stage 15 which we expect to receive titles in August and in The Links where titles are expected in October for the first release of 25 lots.
Due to the high demand for lots, we have fast tracked the sales for stage 16 which have now been released. The civil works for stage 16 are progressing well and we expect to achieve titles in January 2016.
As part of stage 16 we will be developing a large community parkland with play equipment & walking paths. (See attached)
We are pleased to introduce our new agent Geoff Bowman who will be happy to assist you with all enquiries into the future. DNW-04 Dunsborough Lakes Stage 16 POS Concept Rev B_141014
Lifestyle benefits boost South West land demand
August 29th, 2014
A recent article in the West Australian confirms what everyone at Dunsborough Lakes knows already – the South West is a great place to buy land at the moment! As demand in other regions is cooling, lifestyle towns like Dusnborough are showing tangible signs of positive growth. To view the full article, which features expert analysis from Jason Wallis, Managing Director at Wallis Property. Click here.
Tick! Primary school location confirmed
July 24th, 2014
Following a State Government decision to select Dunsborough Lakes as a site for a future primary school development, Wallis Property is to provide land for the new facility in the heart of the estate.
A Department of Education spokesperson said: “We have been working with Wallis Property to finalise the location of the future primary school site in Dunsborough Lakes. The proposed site is located at the south end of the estate on the future extension of Dunsborough Lakes Drive, west of the intersection with Prestwick Road.
“The site will be 3.62ha in area and this location offers significant benefits with good road infrastructure and the potential for the sharing of the future district sports facilities on the abutting public open space.”
The decision to select Dunsborough Lakes for a new school is based on population growth and the number of children likely to reach school age in the review period. With total enrolments in Dunsborough Primary School in Old Dunsborough peaking this year at 699, it’s evident that a newschooling option will be required in the near future.
Watch this space for further updates.
Golfers take a shot at ownership
July 24th, 2014
A Members’ vote to take on ownership of the Dunsborough Lakes Golf Club was almost unanimous, with all but one of the 144 members attending the meeting agreeing to the exciting new direction.
A five-person Board was quickly formed to support the bid, and steps were taken to raise funds for the purchase, which is anticipated to settle around mid-June 2014.
“What Members and visitors can expect is a whole new culture,” Board Chairman Graham Moore says. “We plan to introduce functions and dinners, co-ordinate corporate days and identify sponsorship opportunities. We would also like to extend benefits to non-members.”
In future, social memberships may also form part of the new format. The club wants to extend the use of the facilities with ideas such as six or nine-hole competitions for younger people with school-aged children, and there is potential to introduce crèche facilities and mothers’ clubs too.
“We have a good fun club and everyone who comes to us comments on the atmosphere,” adds Graham. “There’s so much to do, just like any business starting up, but there’s always a lot of laughter.”
A membership levy of between $300 and $1000 (distance dependent) was agreed with an overwhelming amount of support. However, the community is being encouraged to purchase debentures to help the Membership drive for ownership.