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Masterplan

BANKSIDE WEAVES NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENTS INTO AN EXEMPLAR OF URBAN DESIGN

Bankside’s highly considered masterplan transforms its distinctive topography into a modern enclave with a unique spirit of place. Passing between open parkland and the site’s mixed-use precincts, the tree lined entrance boulevard extends a welcome that is both scenic and practical. Internal roads offer views to Corhanwarrabul Creek or parkland, and in many cases, also the Dandenongs. Lush streetscape plantings and subtle traffic calming initiatives further heighten your sense of quiet, relaxed living.

Masterplan

Close to 40% of the site’s 68-hectares is dedicated to open space, all of it meticulously landscaped with a mix of European canopy trees along the main boulevard and natives throughout the rest of the development. Lots are oriented to maximise solar access and boast a variety of sizes. Bankside will also offer a selection of affordable medium density living including townhouse and apartment options.

Whatever your choice, Bankside’s emphasis on quality design will ensure you live in a neighbourhood of benchmark architectural character, with easy access to the site’s natural and built form attractions, and the amenity of the wider Rowville community.

A neighbourhood whose time has come

Sustainably designed, rich with amenity and set among vast wetlands, parkland and open spaces, Bankside will be an urban residential enclave unlike any other.

Bankside’s future rejuvenated wetlands

35 Minutes to the CBD via M1* 
27 Hectares of open space 
1.7 km Corhanwarrabul Creek frontage abounded by landscaped pathways, boardwalks, bridges and lookouts 
40 Minutes to the Mornington Peninsula* 

*Approx drive times based on distance 

Community

Enjoy the many open spaces and amenity Bankside has to offer

The stunning parklands and open spaces of Bankside will be complemented by an inspired range of thoughtful, architecturally designed amenities and facilities located throughout the site. Together, they will help foster and support an active, connected community and a shared pride of place.

Parents with young families will love Treetops adventure playground. Overlooking Corhanwarrabul Creek and suitable for children of all ages, this beautifully landscaped 1 hectare (approx.) reserve is planned to include formal and informal play areas, basketball and netball rings, all-weather shelters and an amenities block, plus amphitheatre style seating, picnic tables and barbeques.

Health and wellbeing are another priority, with plentiful opportunities for group or individual recreation across the site. Start each morning at your own pace along Bankside’s Trail Run. If you work locally, jump on your bike or pull on your walking shoes and let the Waterwalks connect you to Rowville’s network of tracks and cycle paths. Or practise your favourite ball sports on the lush turf of the X-Field multi-sport precinct.

The arts will also form an inherent part of Bankside life. Placemaking across the site will showcase sculptural landscape elements and follies to be discovered, while the Deck Amphitheatre will create opportunities to experience music, theatre and other performing arts in an intimate setting.

The retail and hospitality tenancies planned for Bankside’s two mixed-use precincts will provide further opportunities to socialise, as will those of nearby Stamford Park. Pask will also hold regular gatherings and activities to bring together new residents and existing neighbours. So much more than an address, a home at Bankside is your opportunity to be part of something truly special.

Sustainability

A GREENER, HEALTHIER APPROACH TO LIFE

Sustainability is a principal consideration in every new Pask development, but with a location as plentiful in natural assets as Bankside, the imperative is greater again. Our determination to rehabilitate Corhanwarrabul Creek, protect the local environment and use resources responsibly, inspired many innovative initiatives that will contribute to a greener, healthier community for generations.

If you want to contribute to a more sustainable world—while enjoying the lifestyle you’ve always imagined — Bankside is where you belong.

Collectively, these initiatives ensure Bankside is putting the most sustainable foot forward, creating a community that will nurture and preserve the environment it’s located within.  

Pask strives to exceed the environmental requirements set to them by external authorities and Bankside is no exception to this, exemplary in the consideration of energy, community, water, materials, and ecosystems.

Consideration of these factors occurs across the whole development process from civil construction of each stage right through to when our new residents begin to move into the community and enjoy the natural assets around them.

By purchasing a home within a Pask development which holds these factors front of mind, you are assured of living in a community with minimal impact on the environment; that encourages safe, healthy and active lifestyles.

Living Design Principles

In striving to create communities of the highest standards that are sensitive to the environment, Pask has formulated a set of sustainable housing, living and landscaping guidelines we call our ‘Living Design Principles’. Applied throughout every Pask community, these protective covenants and design objectives complement the investment we make in delivering premium landscaping and parks.

To obtain a copy of the latest Living Design Principles, please contact us.

Future Display Village – Launching 2024

Showcasing the latest in new home design from some of Victoria’s leading builders, the Bankside Display Village will offer design inspiration for your new home with a selection of single and double storey designs on display.

Further details to come.

Contact

Bankside Sales Suite
14 Corporate Ave Rowville VIC 3178
Open via appointment
03 9684 8103

Rochelle Footman
Estate Agent
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Commencement of bulk earthworks

Following receipt of all necessary approvals, Pask’s appointed civil contractor will mobilise to site to remove any existing structures and commence bulk earthworks.

Within this phase, machinery is used to shift large quantities of soil and rock, to enable the subsequent phases of the civil construction process to occur. To reduce waste, this material is often stockpiled and reused in the later phases.

Construction of sewer & drainage and installation of water & gas

Large trenches are excavated to allow for the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure. These works generally connect into and extend trunk infrastructure from existing areas, to then enable the creation of individual connection points for all lots within the stage.

Following the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure, water, recycled water, and gas (where applicable) services are installed.

Construction of roads, kerb, and channel

A foundation layer known as subgrade is placed to ensure the stability and durability of all roads within the stage.

This process is followed by the construction of kerb and channel – a structure located on both sides of the road, which will act as both a protective barrier and drainage system to manage stormwater flows.

Installation of electrical and communication infrastructure

Parallel to the newly completed kerb and channel, a trench is excavated to allow for the installation of electrical and communications conduits. This enables the installation of applicable cabling to follow, ensuring all lots are equipped for electrical and telecommunications services.

Construction of footpaths, asphalt to roads and topsoiling

With all underground infrastructure installed, footpaths are poured, and a final layer of asphalt is applied and sealed to all roads. Lots are then topsoiled to accord with finished surface levels, in line with approved engineering plans.

Construction completion and request for authority approvals

At the completion of civil construction, the municipal council undertake an assessment to confirm the completed works are in accordance with approved engineering designs for that stage.

Formal approval or ‘Practical Completion’ is required prior to Pask and its consultant team seeking final approval from the relevant service authorities (ie. Melbourne Water, Powercor/Jemena etc). Once all authority approvals are received, a final endorsement known as ‘Statement of Compliance’ is issued.

Title registration and settlements

The issuance of Statement of Compliance enables a certified Plan of Subdivision to be lodged with Land Victoria for assessment and approval.

This approval will result in the formal registration of all individual lot titles for the stage. At such time, we will issue correspondence to your legal representative with an accompanying request to schedule settlement.

Stage 5
0% Complete

Title Registration:
Q2 2025 (Estimated)

Construction Phases

  • Authority Approval
  • Earthworks
  • Sewer & Drainage
  • Water & Gas
  • Subgrade
  • Kerb & Channel
  • Electrical & NBN
  • Footpaths & Asphalt
  • Construction Completion
  • Statement of Compliance
  • Titles & Plan Registration

Expected timeframes are provided as a guide only. Actual completion dates may vary due to market and weather conditions, availability of resources, delays in approvals or other factors.
Note – ‘% Complete’ relates to overall stage progress.

Construction Phases

Commencement of bulk earthworks

Following receipt of all necessary approvals, Pask’s appointed civil contractor will mobilise to site to remove any existing structures and commence bulk earthworks.

Within this phase, machinery is used to shift large quantities of soil and rock, to enable the subsequent phases of the civil construction process to occur. To reduce waste, this material is often stockpiled and reused in the later phases.

Construction of sewer & drainage and installation of water & gas

Large trenches are excavated to allow for the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure. These works generally connect into and extend trunk infrastructure from existing areas, to then enable the creation of individual connection points for all lots within the stage.

Following the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure, water, recycled water, and gas (where applicable) services are installed.

Construction of roads, kerb, and channel

A foundation layer known as subgrade is placed to ensure the stability and durability of all roads within the stage.

This process is followed by the construction of kerb and channel – a structure located on both sides of the road, which will act as both a protective barrier and drainage system to manage stormwater flows.

Installation of electrical and communication infrastructure

Parallel to the newly completed kerb and channel, a trench is excavated to allow for the installation of electrical and communications conduits. This enables the installation of applicable cabling to follow, ensuring all lots are equipped for electrical and telecommunications services.

Construction of footpaths, asphalt to roads and topsoiling

With all underground infrastructure installed, footpaths are poured, and a final layer of asphalt is applied and sealed to all roads. Lots are then topsoiled to accord with finished surface levels, in line with approved engineering plans.

Construction completion and request for authority approvals

At the completion of civil construction, the municipal council undertake an assessment to confirm the completed works are in accordance with approved engineering designs for that stage.

Formal approval or ‘Practical Completion’ is required prior to Pask and its consultant team seeking final approval from the relevant service authorities (ie. Melbourne Water, Powercor/Jemena etc). Once all authority approvals are received, a final endorsement known as ‘Statement of Compliance’ is issued.

Title registration and settlements

The issuance of Statement of Compliance enables a certified Plan of Subdivision to be lodged with Land Victoria for assessment and approval.

This approval will result in the formal registration of all individual lot titles for the stage. At such time, we will issue correspondence to your legal representative with an accompanying request to schedule settlement.

Stage 4
0% Complete

Title Registration:
Q3 2024 (Estimated)

Construction Phases

  • Authority Approval
  • Earthworks
  • Sewer & Drainage
  • Water & Gas
  • Subgrade
  • Kerb & Channel
  • Electrical & NBN
  • Footpaths & Asphalt
  • Construction Completion
  • Statement of Compliance
  • Titles & Plan Registration

Expected timeframes are provided as a guide only. Actual completion dates may vary due to market and weather conditions, availability of resources, delays in approvals or other factors.
Note – ‘% Complete’ relates to overall stage progress.

Construction Phases

Commencement of bulk earthworks

Following receipt of all necessary approvals, Pask’s appointed civil contractor will mobilise to site to remove any existing structures and commence bulk earthworks.

Within this phase, machinery is used to shift large quantities of soil and rock, to enable the subsequent phases of the civil construction process to occur. To reduce waste, this material is often stockpiled and reused in the later phases.

Construction of sewer & drainage and installation of water & gas

Large trenches are excavated to allow for the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure. These works generally connect into and extend trunk infrastructure from existing areas, to then enable the creation of individual connection points for all lots within the stage.

Following the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure, water, recycled water, and gas (where applicable) services are installed.

Construction of roads, kerb, and channel

A foundation layer known as subgrade is placed to ensure the stability and durability of all roads within the stage.

This process is followed by the construction of kerb and channel – a structure located on both sides of the road, which will act as both a protective barrier and drainage system to manage stormwater flows.

Installation of electrical and communication infrastructure

Parallel to the newly completed kerb and channel, a trench is excavated to allow for the installation of electrical and communications conduits. This enables the installation of applicable cabling to follow, ensuring all lots are equipped for electrical and telecommunications services.

Construction of footpaths, asphalt to roads and topsoiling

With all underground infrastructure installed, footpaths are poured, and a final layer of asphalt is applied and sealed to all roads. Lots are then topsoiled to accord with finished surface levels, in line with approved engineering plans.

Construction completion and request for authority approvals

At the completion of civil construction, the municipal council undertake an assessment to confirm the completed works are in accordance with approved engineering designs for that stage.

Formal approval or ‘Practical Completion’ is required prior to Pask and its consultant team seeking final approval from the relevant service authorities (ie. Melbourne Water, Powercor/Jemena etc). Once all authority approvals are received, a final endorsement known as ‘Statement of Compliance’ is issued.

Title registration and settlements

The issuance of Statement of Compliance enables a certified Plan of Subdivision to be lodged with Land Victoria for assessment and approval.

This approval will result in the formal registration of all individual lot titles for the stage. At such time, we will issue correspondence to your legal representative with an accompanying request to schedule settlement.

Stage 3
0% Complete

Title Registration:
Q3 2024 (Estimated)

Construction Phases

  • Authority Approval
  • Earthworks
  • Sewer & Drainage
  • Water & Gas
  • Subgrade
  • Kerb & Channel
  • Electrical & NBN
  • Footpaths & Asphalt
  • Construction Completion
  • Statement of Compliance
  • Titles & Plan Registration

Expected timeframes are provided as a guide only. Actual completion dates may vary due to market and weather conditions, availability of resources, delays in approvals or other factors.
Note – ‘% Complete’ relates to overall stage progress.

Construction Phases

Commencement of bulk earthworks

Following receipt of all necessary approvals, Pask’s appointed civil contractor will mobilise to site to remove any existing structures and commence bulk earthworks.

Within this phase, machinery is used to shift large quantities of soil and rock, to enable the subsequent phases of the civil construction process to occur. To reduce waste, this material is often stockpiled and reused in the later phases.

Construction of sewer & drainage and installation of water & gas

Large trenches are excavated to allow for the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure. These works generally connect into and extend trunk infrastructure from existing areas, to then enable the creation of individual connection points for all lots within the stage.

Following the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure, water, recycled water, and gas (where applicable) services are installed.

Construction of roads, kerb, and channel

A foundation layer known as subgrade is placed to ensure the stability and durability of all roads within the stage.

This process is followed by the construction of kerb and channel – a structure located on both sides of the road, which will act as both a protective barrier and drainage system to manage stormwater flows.

Installation of electrical and communication infrastructure

Parallel to the newly completed kerb and channel, a trench is excavated to allow for the installation of electrical and communications conduits. This enables the installation of applicable cabling to follow, ensuring all lots are equipped for electrical and telecommunications services.

Construction of footpaths, asphalt to roads and topsoiling

With all underground infrastructure installed, footpaths are poured, and a final layer of asphalt is applied and sealed to all roads. Lots are then topsoiled to accord with finished surface levels, in line with approved engineering plans.

Construction completion and request for authority approvals

At the completion of civil construction, the municipal council undertake an assessment to confirm the completed works are in accordance with approved engineering designs for that stage.

Formal approval or ‘Practical Completion’ is required prior to Pask and its consultant team seeking final approval from the relevant service authorities (ie. Melbourne Water, Powercor/Jemena etc). Once all authority approvals are received, a final endorsement known as ‘Statement of Compliance’ is issued.

Title registration and settlements

The issuance of Statement of Compliance enables a certified Plan of Subdivision to be lodged with Land Victoria for assessment and approval.

This approval will result in the formal registration of all individual lot titles for the stage. At such time, we will issue correspondence to your legal representative with an accompanying request to schedule settlement.

Stage 2
0% Complete

Title Registration Status:
Titled

Construction Phases

  • Authority Approval
  • Earthworks
  • Sewer & Drainage
  • Water & Gas
  • Subgrade
  • Kerb & Channel
  • Electrical & NBN
  • Footpaths & Asphalt
  • Construction Completion
  • Statement of Compliance
  • Titles & Plan Registration

Expected timeframes are provided as a guide only. Actual completion dates may vary due to market and weather conditions, availability of resources, delays in approvals or other factors.

Note – ‘% Complete’ relates to overall stage progress.

Construction Phases

Commencement of bulk earthworks

Following receipt of all necessary approvals, Pask’s appointed civil contractor will mobilise to site to remove any existing structures and commence bulk earthworks.

Within this phase, machinery is used to shift large quantities of soil and rock, to enable the subsequent phases of the civil construction process to occur. To reduce waste, this material is often stockpiled and reused in the later phases.

Construction of sewer & drainage and installation of water & gas

Large trenches are excavated to allow for the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure. These works generally connect into and extend trunk infrastructure from existing areas, to then enable the creation of individual connection points for all lots within the stage.

Following the installation of sewer and drainage infrastructure, water, recycled water, and gas (where applicable) services are installed.

Construction of roads, kerb, and channel

A foundation layer known as subgrade is placed to ensure the stability and durability of all roads within the stage.

This process is followed by the construction of kerb and channel – a structure located on both sides of the road, which will act as both a protective barrier and drainage system to manage stormwater flows.

Installation of electrical and communication infrastructure

Parallel to the newly completed kerb and channel, a trench is excavated to allow for the installation of electrical and communications conduits. This enables the installation of applicable cabling to follow, ensuring all lots are equipped for electrical and telecommunications services.

Construction of footpaths, asphalt to roads and topsoiling

With all underground infrastructure installed, footpaths are poured, and a final layer of asphalt is applied and sealed to all roads. Lots are then topsoiled to accord with finished surface levels, in line with approved engineering plans.

Construction completion and request for authority approvals

At the completion of civil construction, the municipal council undertake an assessment to confirm the completed works are in accordance with approved engineering designs for that stage.

Formal approval or ‘Practical Completion’ is required prior to Pask and its consultant team seeking final approval from the relevant service authorities (ie. Melbourne Water, Powercor/Jemena etc). Once all authority approvals are received, a final endorsement known as ‘Statement of Compliance’ is issued.

Title registration and settlements

The issuance of Statement of Compliance enables a certified Plan of Subdivision to be lodged with Land Victoria for assessment and approval.

This approval will result in the formal registration of all individual lot titles for the stage. At such time, we will issue correspondence to your legal representative with an accompanying request to schedule settlement.

Stage 1
0% Complete

Title Registration Status:
Titled

Construction Phases

  • Authority Approval
  • Earthworks
  • Sewer & Drainage
  • Water & Gas
  • Subgrade
  • Kerb & Channel
  • Electrical & NBN
  • Footpaths & Asphalt
  • Construction Completion
  • Statement of Compliance
  • Titles & Plan Registration

Expected timeframes are provided as a guide only. Actual completion dates may vary due to market and weather conditions, availability of resources, delays in approvals or other factors.
Note – ‘% Complete’ relates to overall stage progress.

Construction Phases