Acland Park is located at the intersection of Selwyn and Springston Rolleston Roads, Rolleston.
Superior neighbourhood living in close proximity to many amenities. A sense of community, security, and wellbeing through better living in a vibrant neighbourhood.
Over 1,000 lots to be constructed over 4 Phases. Phase 1 – Stages 1 to 4 – 290 lots.
From 250 (comprehensive lots) up to 700+ within Stages 1 – 4.
Power, water and grey water connections to the boundary. Stormwater via soak pits.
Please discuss this with the sales team.
Sale details are to be negotiated but generally balance of payment on title issue.
Building consents as set out by the local authority regulations – Selwyn District Council. All Residential Dwellings must comply with the properties Resource Consent.
The main entrance will be from Springston Rolleston Road within Phase 1 of the construction, entrance to Selwyn Road will be within future phases.
Yes, you may. The restrictive covenants and design guidelines compliance must be passed to the new owner.
Ultimately to protect everyone’s investment and to maintain a superior level of development.
No. Apart from illegal or noxious plants.
Front landscaping must be approved by Developer as part of the Design Approval process which must be gained prior to submission for Building Consent..
Where a Right of Way or Accessway is shared, the cost of maintenance is divided equally between the lot owners. If the Right of Way services only one lot, the area will be included within the metre squared of the lot.
Within the Further Terms of Sale, it states the building must be started no later than 12 months of issue of the title. Once the building process is started the dwelling must be completed within 9 months.
The lots internal side and rear fencing will be erected by the developer. There are fencing requirement descriptions within the Building Guideline document, as set out in the Resource consent. All fencing must comply with the properties Resource Consent.
During the construction of your home, it will be the builders’ responsibility to provide security fencing. The developer intends to erect the internal lot fencing. In some circumstances front fencing is permitted, where by it must be constructed in accordance with the design guidelines and the properties resource consent.
Lemon Wood Primary
There will be a Neighbourhood Community Hub within the development. The design is yet to be finalised, but the vision is for the provision of a master planned retail area with a convenience store, café and family restaurant, together with many more community facilities.
Yes, associated with the commercial hub.
Yes, fibre is being installed during construction.
These will be provided as part of the purchase.
We prefer building is undertaken by our building partners, please discuss with the Avanda Group sales team.
Yes, all plans must be submitted to the Developer for approval prior to application for building consent.
Please check with Selwyn District Council.
Selwyn District Council sewer connections are available via a lateral connection at the lot boundary.
The stormwater will be via soakholes on each lot, installed by the builder as part of the house build cost, all to be in compliance with Selwyn District Council.
This will depend on issue of title.
Selwyn District Council mains water is not currently chlorinated.
We are not aware of any other additional fees, other than water rates where occupier uses more than allocated water allowance.
The land is being developed by Avanda Group, (trading as Long Vision Property Development Ltd.) Avanda Group is one of New Zealand’s foremost developers, and we are passionate about partnering with communities to build vibrant neighbourhoods where New Zealanders can feel happy, secure and connected.
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