Development Victoria

Completed projects

Heathmont Place, Heathmont

The closure of Heathmont College in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs left the 3.6 hectare former school site vacant for almost a decade. Development Victoria purchased the site to create a new neighbourhood offering a diversity of housing among established suburbs close to schools, public transport, shops and services.

Construction at Heathmont Place began in 2012 and was completed in 2015. The estate includes 66 townhouses set among three parks. 

Kilgour Place, Geelong 

When the Gordon Institute of TAFE consolidated its activities on two main campuses in Geelong, it vacated a prime location on Moorabool Street, close to the centre of the Geelong CBD. This created an opportunity for an urban renewal project that addressed the demand for smaller households to meet the needs of Geelong’s ageing population. Kilgour Place is now a humming community featuring a mix of apartment living and inner city townhouses, with boutique serviced apartments in a refurbished heritage building and 30 apartments providing affordable rental accommodation for over 50s.


 wo decades ago, Lynbrook was a rural property on the industrial edge of the south-eastern suburbs, near Cranbourne. Development Victoria managed the subdivision of the land in the mid-1990s which, once released to the market, quickly established itself as one of the fastest growing estates in the City of Casey.

Meridian, Dandenong

The closure of the Dandenong Treatment Plant in 1996 saw more than 150 hectares of land close to major roads, public transport and central Dandenong become vacant. In a bid to revitalise the area and take advantage of the site’s strategic location, Development Victoria and landowner Melbourne Water built a residential estate comprising 274 homes with 6-star energy ratings.

Metro Village 3175, Dandenong

The former Dandenong sale yards closed in 1998, leaving vacant a site with the potential to become a key gateway to the central Dandenong precinct. Development Victoria and the City of Greater Dandenong have worked in partnership to develop a low to medium density residential estate providing diverse housing options.