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Soil-turning ceremony celebrates official start of construction

Updated: May 30


Yesterday we celebrated the official start of construction of Glebe Hill Village with our soil-turning ceremony!


We were joined by Fairbrother representatives - including Southern Tasmania Construction Manager, Paul Ransley - as well as Clarence City Council members, including Mayor Doug Chipman. A few Glebe Hill Village retailers joined the celebration too.


"This is such an exciting project - one that will employ many local people during and after construction - and we're proud to be bringing it to the community." Fairbrother


This exciting $35 million project will employ many locals during and after construction and we're excited to see it come to life. With Coles, 18 specialty stores and a drive-thru McDonald's, the centre will be a great new addition to the rapidly growing community.


"There hasn't been one developed here for over 10 years so it'll be quite different" Scott Spanton, Tipalea Partners

We're so grateful for everyone's support and want to thank Clarence City Council for being a part of the special event.