Monday, 4 August 2014

Lets talk about using RPDATA to find sites around Kellyville Corridor Strategy

Lets talk about using RPDATA to find sites around Kellyville  Corridor Strategy.

I belong to a Club that is online and you have access to RP Data in all states.
Their VIP membership which lets you access these tools.
The Club joining fee is $997 a year or $97 a month.
To get this offer for August ONLY go to http://www.think-property.com.au/

if you don't sign up by the first 20 or if the month ends the price will be higher.

Just letting you know. I think that you should get the tools if you will use them.

No use having a hammer if you don't plan on using it. 
But you will need a hammer to build a fence.
RP Data is my Hammer.


It all starts with some research.
READ DOWN BELOW - ITS OFFICIAL -

The precinct includes the area within a roughly 800 meter radius of Kellyville Station.
This area will increase in density. This could mean development opportunity or even just buy and hold opportunity.  

Kellyville Station will be located at the corner of Old Windsor Road and Samantha Riley Drive, east of the Riley T-way Station and car park. Kellyville is 34 km north west of Sydney CBD.  
http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Portals/0/HousingDelivery/NWRL/NWRL_Corridor_Strategy.pdf

So a bit more digging and here is the future Zoning.


 


 Ok so below is the area now and the streets. Compare this to the above map.

Now you use RP DATA to check all the streets in this area and try and get a deal in the Pink/Orange areas. (look above map)
Also try contacting some local town planners to help you too..
These areas will go up it value.


Having RP DATA will be able to give you all the details on each property and you can break it down to the land size and work out the value of each street. 
In most cases RP Data can give you the names of each person that owns the property and you can see what they bought it for. 
Great for Mark Rolton option deals.

RPDATA can map out the area and show you all non listed properties and from there you can work out a strategy of trying to get these properties at the right price.
One thing for sure , you would have to bet that these properties once bought will go up in value. 


The below is a screen shoot of RPDATA on a property that in under contract. This will show you what kind of data I can find using one tool and getting it to show me details of values I will have to pay , while also showing me other opportunities around.



 BELOW is information that lead me to look in this area-
•   The Kellyville Structure Plan proposes a variety of uses and building types to create a vibrant, active centre around the new station with greater choice for people with different housing needs.

RP DATA
I open up my RP DATA and I put in all houses within radius 


BELOW IS THE OFFICIAL PDF
link :

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Portals/0/HousingDelivery/NWRL/Kellyville_FAQ_August.pdf


In October 2013, the Council voted unanimously to nominate the area around the Kellyville Station as an Urban Activation Precinct , as a means to implement the Corridor Strategy and investigate the potential land uses within the precinct in more detail. 


WHY WAS THE AREA AROUND KELLYVILLE STATION SELECTED AS AN URBAN ACTIVATION PRECINCT?
   The $8.3 billion North West Rail Link is Australia’s largest infrastructure project. It will make Sydney’s north-west easier to get to and from, and the areas around the new stations more attractive for people to live and work.
   Over the next 25 years, at least 36,000 homes and 47,000 jobs will be created in Sydney’s north-west to cater for an extra 100,000 people expected to be living there. As the area around the new Kellyville Station will be more accessible, it has been identified as an area that can assist in accommodating some of this growth.
   In 2013, the North West Rail Link Corridor Strategy was prepared in close collaboration with The Hills Shire and Blacktown City Councils to guide development around each new station over the next 25 years. The Strategy identifies the future vision, character and potential growth for lands surrounding each of the eight new stations.
   In October 2013, the Council voted unanimously to nominate the area around the Kellyville Station as an Urban Activation Precinct, as a means to implement the Corridor Strategy and investigate the potential land uses within the precinct in more detail. WHAT IS AN URBAN ACTIVATION PRECINCT?
                     Urban Activation Precincts feature a new coordinated approach to development and infrastructure delivery to provide more homes and jobs in places with access to infrastructure, transport, services and employment.
                     Communities benefit through greater housing choice, upgraded infrastructure, increased amenities and services, as well as new and improved public spaces.
                     Council will be able to access up to $5 million in local infrastructure funding for Kellyville Station Urban Activation Precinct and fast-track infrastructure delivery to support new development.
WHERE IS THE KELLYVILLE STATION PRECINCT?
                                       The precinct includes the area within a roughly 800 metre radius of Kellyville Station. The boundary reflects a 10 minute walking trip to the station and has taken into account surrounding roads, natural elements and the existing character of the area.
                                       The precinct includes the area around the new Kellyville Station, which is one of eight new stations being built as part of the $8.3 billion North West Rail Link.
                                       The precinct is bounded by Strangers Creek riparian corridor and Windsor Road to the east, Memorial Avenue to the south, Stanhope Parkway, Rothbury Terrace, Salford Street, Tilbury Avenue, Hayle Terrace, and Perfection Avenue to the west and Sanctuary Drive to the north.
                                       Kellyville Village Centre, Caddies Creek Sports Complex and the Outlook Nature Reserve are some of the facilities and services within the precinct.

 
WHAT IS PROPOSED IN THE KELLYVILLE STATION PRECINCT?
   The North West Rail Link Corridor Strategy included a Structure Plan for the Kellyville Station precinct that identified the potential for approximately 4,400 new homes and 800 more jobs within the precinct by 2036.
   The Kellyville Structure Plan proposes a variety of uses and building types to create a vibrant, active centre around the new station with greater choice for people with different housing needs.
   New development will be concentrated close to the new station to benefit from its direct station access and associated uses.
   The precinct will have high quality streetscapes and parks to provide vibrant spaces for communities.
   Green spaces and riparian corridors within the precinct will be protected as ecological and drainage corridors, as well as providing significant pedestrian and cycle links between Rouse Hill and Bella Vista/Norwest.
   Opportunities for new community facilities will be identified in consultation with the community and Council. These could include new walkways, cycleways, playgrounds, a multi-purpose community centre and public art.
   A 3D visualisation video will also be prepared to show what the future character of the precinct may look like. WILL THE ENTIRE PRECINCT NEED TO CHANGE?
                     A significant part of the precinct will also remain unchanged to protect the existing low density character of the wider Kellyville area.
                     The planning process will ensure that new buildings are well designed to integrate with the surrounding area. Sophisticated computer modelling will also be undertaken to ensure individual buildings will be designed to maintain appropriate levels of sunlight to homes and open spaces. WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT
   Over the coming 9-12 months, we will work closely with local residents, UrbanGrowth NSW, Transport for NSW and other government agencies and local businesses to undertake detailed planning for the precinct to ensure growth is properly planned.
   Specialist consultants will be engaged to carry out detailed studies into:
                  −  urban design
                  −  traffic and transport including transport infrastructure requirements
                  −  the local environment
                  −  open space
                  −  community facilities
                  −  economic feasibility