Two new roads to connect 9,000 Queensland homes

Originally published on Infrastructure Magazine in April 2020 The Queensland Government has invested $20 million to extend local road networks in the Ripley Valley as part of its Catalyst Infrastructure Program. The funding will enable the construction of two new roads in the Ripley Valley priority development area (PDA), ensuring more affordable land is available…

Orchard Property Group reaps $11m slice of Ripley Valley ripe for the picking

Source: The Courier Mail A prime 34ha development-ready site at Ripley in the rapidly-growing corridor west of Brisbane is set to bear fruit for its new owner, who is planning a 440-lot residential subdivision. A RAPIDLY-growing corridor west of Brisbane and ripe for the picking has reaped a fertile deal for a Gold Coast-based residential…

Council works on Ripley bridge ahead of schedule

Source: The Queensland Times THE old Ripley Rd timber bridge will be gone sooner than expected, with Ipswich City Council announcing the demolition is ahead of schedule. Works on the bridge, which dates back to 1945, were expected to be carried out over November after shutting in late April this year. The council identified the…

$7 million infrastructure agreement signed for boom area

Source: The Queensland Times MORE roads and bridges will be built in the Ripley Valley Priority Development Area with the State Government overseeing the signing of a $7.1 million infrastructure agreement. Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said the Binnies Road West Catalyst Infrastructure Agreement for Ripley Valley will connect more…