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$500K dry blocks on offer at Sanctuary Cove

first_imgThe window of opportunity is closing on Mulpha Sanctuary Cove’s most affordable premium land offering as buyers rush to secure their place in the spectacular golf and marina resort community.THE window of opportunity is closing on Mulpha Sanctuary Cove’s premium land offering as buyers rush to secure their place in the golf and marina resort community. Only a limited number of dry blocks priced from $500,000 remain in stage two The Greens precinct as Sanctuary Cove continues a record-breaking year with land sales reaching $100 million. Mulpha Sanctuary Cove general manager, international sales John Hughes said land buyers had been quick to identify the value of The Greens offering, with 50 per cent of blocks sold since they were launched to the market last year. Mr Hughes said sales activity had accelerated at Sanctuary Cove in the past six months as more locally based land buyers weighed anchor in the prestigious community. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We are seeing more Gold Coast owner-occupiers deciding to build their dream home at The Greens,” he said.“They are a mix of young families through to retirees who appreciate the quality of the Sanctuary Cove offering and recognise the terrific value that the current stage of The Greens represents. “These buyers are making the most of the opportunity to secure premium land at Sanctuary Cove at some of the lowest prices ever available.” The Greens include lots ranging from 447sq m to 881sq m. They will be priced from $499,000.Mr Hughes said the forthcoming stage three of The Greens would feature larger blocks priced from $700,000.“While stage three will offer larger block sizes it will be a big step-up in pricing,” he said.“This really underscores the value of this current, but quickly diminishing offering at The Greens.”last_img read more

Spectra hit with safety order, fines

first_imgThe National Energy Board of Canada has issued a safety order against Spectra Energy and its Westcoast Energy arm of processing operations in northeastern B.C. and Alberta.The order, posted online today, says board inspectors found 27 violations of NEB processing plant regulations during a 14-month period of inspections stemming back to April 2014, including inspections of a pair of its plants in Fort Nelson and Dawson Creek.The order describes the violations as systemic “management system failures,” and focus on material handling, venting gas, product spills, and not having the right trained staff on site.- Advertisement -The order requires Spectra to file a report outlining their management systems, and to provide staffing reports for its Kwoen, McMahon, and Sikanni gas processing plants.In addition to the safety order, the NEB has also slapped Spectra with a total of more than $122,000 in penalties this year in relation to three different incidents.Spectra spokesman Jesse Semko says the company will do what’s needed to meet the NEB’s requirements.Advertisement The full order can be read here.— with files from The Canadian Presslast_img read more