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November 15 2019 in Events & Local Area

Whilst the warmer weather is great for being outdoors, our gardens can suffer from the heat.  Here’s our top tips for keeping your garden thriving –

1. Water your gardens early in the morning before the heat of the day kicks in.

2. Fertilizing plants will give them the nutrients they require. 3. Pest control, don’t let those unwanted visitors take control.

3. Mulch is a great way of keeping moisture in the soil.

4. Move potted plants into the shade and

November 15 2019 in Events & Local Area

As the weather warms up, it’s important that we all prepare our homes for the unfortunate event of a bushfire.

November 12 2019 in Events & Local Area

Modeina estate, for another season, will sponsor the Westside Strikers FC - this time with a $5,000 injection of funds.

The 2020 soccer season is well underway with trials in progress and pre-season training not far away.

“As a Gold sponsor, the funding will go toward training equipment such as ball, goals and referee vests, as well as helping to support the establishment of a fun new program aimed at 5 years old to orientate them into soccer and assist with skill acquisition,” says Marketing Manager, Marea Ekladious.

November 12 2019 in Events & Local Area

The Lifelong Learning Festival which ran from 18- 27 October, brought Melton’s thriving community together across a host of activities.

The Festival focuses on lifelong, lifewide and lifedeep learning and understands the difference learning can make to people’s lives and the beneficial impact it can have on the community as a whole.

October 23 2019 in Events & Local Area

Thirteen not-for-profit groups working across Melton have received more than $15000 in Modeina Community Fund grants.

Dennis Family Group Director, Grant Dennis hosted the night and spoke to the recipients about the importance of the Community Fund program.

“Community Funds were introduced as a practical way of giving back to the communities we create. We recognise the vital role not-for-profit groups play in connecting people and fostering a sense of belonging within our estates.”

 

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Life at Modeina just keeps getting better, as jobs and new facilities in the local area continue to grow.

Great Location

The estate’s pivotal location in the suburb of Burnside places residents in a perfect position to take advantage of future growth and new job opportunities across Melbourne’s West.   

Just a 35-minute drive from Melbourne’s CBD, Modeina is part of Melton City Council, one of the fastest growing Local Government Areas (LGAs) in metropolitan Victoria.

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Modeina’s mums can now deliver their babies in a hospital close to home, following the recent opening of the state-of-the-art Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Precinct at Sunshine Hospital.

Situated on the eastern side of the Sunshine Hospital site, less than fifteen minutes’ drive from Modeina, the 237-bed precinct will provide inpatient and outpatient women’s and children’s services for local families.

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Congratulations to the hardworking local organisations who received a Modeina Community Fund grant on the 22nd November 2018.

Held at the estate’s sales office in Lexington Drive Burnside, the evening was a great success with grant cheques totalling $12,500 going to a variety of local not-for-profit organisations.

The community groups who received a Modeina Community Fund 2018 grant are as follows:

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A recent trial of using electronic online technology for land sales contracts at Modeina has been declared a resounding success with the program becoming a permanent option for customers.

Caroline Dwyer, Dennis Family Corporation’s Victorian Sales and Marketing Manager, said the e-contracts made the whole buying process easier for customers who participated in the trial.

“Contracts were signed using an iPad and exchanged before our clients even left the office,” she explained.

“Overall, the process worked very well.”

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More than forty future Modeina residents attended an information night held at the Land Sales Office in late July.

As customers still in the early stages of planning their new homes, the attendees were interested in learning more about the garden landscaping offer, Opticomm and other estate news.

Jake Dorko is planning to build a new home at Modeina and found attending the information evening a useful way to meet other owners and follow up any queries with the Modeina Sales Team.

“The evening was a great opportunity for newly titled owners to meet,” said Jake.

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