THE FIRST blocks have been released at a $500 million residential community in Central Queensland. Developer Homecorp will convert the 130ha former pineapple farm into 950 lots during the next decade with about 2500 people expected to live at The Pines on completion.Read More
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LOCAL and state members were present yesterday at the official opening for the $500 million The Pines residential community. One of the most significant residential construction projects seen on the Capricorn Coast, The Pines promises to revolutionise the property market in the area.Read More
THE VISION of the late Ross Coulter, to transform part of Emu Park's foreshore into a place for reflection on Australia's defence of freedom, will become reality over the next 12 months. The walkway will link the town centre and Bell Park with the RSL and cenotaph, via the Singing Ship.Read More
The developer behind the soon to be launched $500 million ‘The Pines’ residential community in Yeppoon has donated $100,000 towards the Centenary of Anzac Project on the Emu Park headland foreshore.
Homecorp, CEO and Founder Ron Bakir today joined representatives from the federal and state governments, the Livingstone Shire Council, RSL Clubs, Bendigo Bank and the local community to launch stage 1 of the project.Read More
The company responsible for developing the Yeppoon Pineapple Patch into a $500 million residential community will create its own display village of homes. About 15 to 20 homes will be built to showcase a variety of options on offer for future residents.Read More
WORK is set to start within a fortnight on the $500 million housing development on Yeppoon’s Pineapple Patch.
HomeCorp Property Group chief executive Ron Bakir said Stage 1 would include 48 allotments, a park and playground, as well as a significant entry statement.
Homecorp Group CEO, Mr Ron Bakir, has welcomed the master plan approval of 950 lots from Rockhampton Regional Council.
Bakir said the future community currently known as the ‘Pineapple Patch’ region will be transformed over the next eight to ten years into a fully master planned community.Read More
Homecorp Group CEO Ron Bakir wins Gold Coast Business News Gold Coast Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013.
Recorded interview for the announcement of the Gold Coast Young Entrepreneur of the Year, November 2013.Read More
Homecorp Group CEO, Mr Ron Bakir, has taken out the coveted title of Gold Coast Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013. Bakir said he was humbled and surprised at the honour.Read More