Doma gets go ahead in Campbell

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THE National Capital Authority has approved developer Doma’s concept plan for a boutique development of high end townhouses and apartments in Campbell.

Previously, the four hectare site’s indicative yield under the approved development control plan was over 600 units, but Doma has opted to maximise green space within the precinct and reduced the number of homes to 241 in its masterplan, divided up between 112 apartments and 129 townhouses.

They will range from 67 sqm one-bedroom apartments to a 225 sqm four-bedroom townhouse, according to Doma managing director, Jure Domazet.

Prices will start at $400,000 for apartments, and at about $750,000 for townhouses with two bedrooms.

Doma will shortly lodge an application for the first stage of the project, to be known as The Foothills, with the NCA. The first stage will include the precinct’s apartments, a mix of townhouses and communal amenity.

Doma hopes to launch The Foothills to the public in early 2020 and begin onsite works in the middle of next year.

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