Plain­land progress con­tin­ues

The Queensland Times - - NEWS - Meg Bolton

THE Plain­land Cross­ing devel­op­ment is in full swing, with the first two stages com­pleted.

Plain­land Kin­der­garten and Child Care and Bridge­stone Se­lect Tyre and Auto opened ear­lier this year.

Madi­son Ridge devel­op­ment man­ager Joe Gor­man said fur­ther ex­pan­sion was de­pen­dent on sales de­mand.

“We have sold most of that land to a mix of lo­cal busi­nesses and of course one lot to Aldi for a su­per­mar­ket,” Mr Gor­man said.

“We will con­tinue de­vel­op­ing that as sales de­mand dic­tates.”

Lots are still avail­able in the com­mer­cial component of the sub-divi­sion which spans more than 12ha.

The Plain­land Town Cen­tre Master­plan lists a range of busi­nesses in­clud­ing Cur­tis Med­i­cal, Plain­land Travel Cen­tre, a district pub­lic trans­port in­ter­change and the po­ten­tial for fu­ture ex­pan­sion at Plain­land Plaza.

Sev­eral other lots are also un­der ne­go­ti­a­tion.

Lock­yer Val­ley Re­gional Coun­cil Plan­ning spokes­woman Coun­cil­lor Kathy McLean said the com­mer­cial cen­tre at Plain­land Cross­ing was al­ready op­er­a­tional, with more devel­op­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties in store for the area.

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