Media & Press Releases

23/11/2015

Coles set for major investment in Roseworthy

$20m project to create 200 jobs

Coles is planning to open a major new store in Roseworthy to service growth in the region.

The 4,000 square metre supermarket and adjoining speciality shops are planned for a site just south of the Roseworthy Hotel. SA-based Land Vision Group has secured Coles as the retail jewel in the crown of a range of developments proposed under the Roseworthy Township Development Plan Amendment (DPA).

Coles set for major investment in Roseworthy

31/01/2019

St Yves, A world class residential community that will define contemporary Australian living for South Australia

St Yves is planned to perfection. A walkable, connected urban landscape with a thriving
civic center, green avenues and tree lined boulevards where education and
convenience are at the heart of the community. A quality of life second to none.
St Yves is the culmination of years of planning to ensure this new urban center offers
residents opportunities not seen before in South Australia.

The first opportunity to purchase in St Yves will be mid 2019.

To register your interest please go to: styves.com.au

St Yves Masterplan

St Yves Press Release

04/02/2019

Trinity College @ Roseworthy

As reported in the Advertiser newspaper, Trinity College will open a sixth school at Roseworthy as part of the St Yves residential community.

This is a very exciting opportunity for the College and will further enable us to meet the educational needs of the wider community. Expansion increases opportunities and puts downward pressure on schools fees due to our increasing scale. Trinity College is committed to providing a world class, high opportunity educational environment at a price most families can afford.

Link to Trinity College Website: trinity.sa.edu.au/news

Trinity College @ Roseworthy

04/02/2019

$30m Trinity College campus, 800 homes and retail in $2.4bn St Yves development at Roseworthy

A new campus of the state’s largest school, along with shopping and community centres, will anchor an ambitious $2.4 billion development that will be as big as Mawson Lakes.

Adelaide Now 4th February 2019