Principle Living plans 160-unit retirement village in NSW’s Hunter Valley

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Plans for a 160-unit retirement village, located just under an hour’s drive of Newcastle, are currently on public exhibition with Maitland City Council.

The application for Stonybrook Village was made on behalf of Principle Living, which is developing a number of communities in NSW.

Principle Living is a joint entity that includes former Newcastle Mayor and village developer Jeff McCloy.

The McCloy Group has numerous residential communities in the Hunter and has partnered with the Stevens and Mann Groups to develop and operate retirement villages in the region.

The village will be located in the Heritage Parc estate and constructed over 11 stages.

The proposal includes a community centre, pool, tennis court, sports pavilion, bowling green, community garden and men’s shed.

The application is on public exhibition until 2 September 2020.


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