Nov 24, 2020 12:53 pm
Macarthur Heights- Land Registration time frame:
Just wondering how long does it typically take for macarthur heights blocks to be registered? Anyone with recent experience i.e stages 4 and 5, please share your timelines
Thanks a lot
Re: Macarthur Heights- Land Registration2
Jan 20, 2021 4:24 pm
According to the site -release 25 released on 5/9/20 and release some lots from release 26 released in November 20 have anticipated registration date as Jan/Feb2021. so 5/6 months? dont know if this would be pushed back further?
Re: Macarthur Heights- Land Registration3
Feb 11, 2021 7:20 pm
I’m in stage 4 and was in a similar situation in 2018. Very frustrating waiting for registration especially they keep putting the anticipated date back. From memory registration ended up happening in March 2018. I suspect stage 5 will be the same or sometime in the first half of 2021 unless there is some extra hold up.
Re: Macarthur Heights- Land Registration5
Feb 13, 2021 8:11 am
I can’t remember exactly now but maybe around July 2017. I’ve noticed last week there has been a team at stage 5 doing some work. They’ve been carting concrete from footpaths and kerbs and dumping it in the sports precinct area.
Re: Macarthur Heights- Land Registration7
Feb 17, 2021 5:07 pm
Yes believe me , having gone through the same frustration with registration of stage 4, I understand fully how you feel. I notice Landcom have updated the anticipated registration to be March 2021 so fingers crossed.
Re: Macarthur Heights- Land Registration8
Mar 04, 2021 6:47 pm
I notice the Landcom website now has stage 5 as approved by Council so shouldn’t be too much longer now. Personally I’m looking forward to seeing the fence come down so I can ride my bike on the cycleway.
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