Plainland progress continues
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.