Plantation Heights Subdivision
The 27 hectare residential development is bordered by Johnston Road and McNeill Street has a variety of sections available for purchase, ranging from 433m2 - 7947m2 plus lifestyle blocks ranging from 5018m2 - 3.33ha.
Roads, footpaths, cycle and walkways, including reserve park land, will also be part of the development and along with great views out to Kaka Point and the Nuggets, make the subdivision an appealing and friendly neighbourhood.
All sites have services to their boundaries, including ultra-fast broadband.
The former plantation land, owned by Council, has most recently been used for grazing and the costs of the subdivision project will be rates neutral.
Sections for Sale
As of July 2017, work has been completed, and sections are available for purchase at the Plantation Heights Subdivision. Potential purchasers can now purchase sections, directly through the Clutha District Council.
Plantation Heights - Sections available as at March 2021
|Lot 6||$99,000||1286m2||Available||10 Oregon Place|
|Lot 7||ON HOLD until 23/03/2021||12 Oregon Place|
|Lot 41||$147,000||6707m2||Available||25 Monterey Drive|
|Lot 60||$151,500||5018m2||Available||9 Cypress Lane|
|Lot 65||$115,500||1481m2||Available||3 Monterey Drive|
Below is a picture of all the sections at Plantation Heights.
Sections which have been marked with a black cross have been sold.
Sections which have been marked with a pink cross, are currently under offer.
In the event that the purchaser does not enter into an unconditional agreement, the section will subsequently become available again.
NOTE: Sections 56 and 60 are being further developed to provide full services. Their purchase price has been adjusted to reflect this. (October 2020)
For all enquiries, please contact Jo Jack on 419 0297 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Landscape Management Plan Implementation - drawings
Street Lighting Design
Please note this is a concept, but does not guarantee what the final planting plan will be. In addition the concept refers to design principles that may have changed in the draft Covenant, you should refer to the Draft Covenant as the authoritative design rules.
- Landscape Concept 1 (3.82MB)
- Landscape Concept Reserve Planting (2.31MB)
- Landscape Concept 2 (1.37MB)
- Landscape Concept Entrance and Planting (701KB)
- Landscape Concept Lancewood Reserve (3.68MB)
- Landscape Concept Manuka Park (1.8MB)
- Plantation Heights Land Covenant - Residential section (135KB)
- Plantation Heights Land Covenant - Lifestyle section (195KB)
Council provided fencing is identified including a representation of the styles of supplied and installed boundary fencing, not necessarily the final product.
- Fencing Requirements (114KB)
The main construction contract was awarded to SouthRoads for a tender price of $2.55 million and will include work such as road construction, laying water, sewer and storm-water pipes, as well as landscaping.
There are additional items associated with the project such as other road construction work, pump station construction , power supply and telecommunications, which are not part of the main construction contract, but will be happening at the site in the coming months.
The total cost of the project is expected to be approximately $5.7 million.
Work officially started at the site with a sod-turning ceremony on 31 October.
The surveying and development company Terramark is project managing the subdivision development of behalf of Council.
A public competition to name the subdivision, along with its streets and reserves has resulted in the following names:
|Winning Name:||Suggested by:|
|Subdivison||Plantation Heights||Carolynne Stephens & Diane White.|
|Street 1||Oregon Place||Carolynne Stephens|
|Street 2||Monterey Drive||Clutha Development|
|Street 3||Cypress Lane||Carolynne & Ken Stephens|
|Reserve 1||Lancewood Reserve||Ken Stephens|
|Reserve 2||Manuka Park||Ken Stephens|
These names were chosen by councillors following the competition and reflect the subdivision's history as a former plantation site.
Views of Plantation Heights
Why Council developed a subdivision
The subdivision development was a chance for individuals to join in the exciting momentum of growth and it addressed a growing need for accommodation throughout the district.
It addressed the accommodation shortfall that was identified in Balclutha, in a strategic location that is relatively close to the town while offering views and other amenities.
The development is in keeping with the direction set in Council's 10-year Long Term Plan, which provided for us to take a leadership role in driving our district's economy and be proactive about promoting growth.
Council will also be looking at the accommodation shortfall in Milton as part of the Community Plan process, which has started for the Milton, Waihola and Balclutha townships.