The proposed neighbourhood retail centre at Moggill is set in a densely landscaped natural environment and adjoins acreages occupied by large homesteads and communal facilities.
Natural contours of the site and the surrounding pastoral community have presented both challenges and opportunities to create a centre that essentially has two active nodes. The main activity of the neighbourhood centre is set back from Moggill Road and its expansive layout is both inviting and discreet. At street level, a two storey retail and commercial precinct presents as the gateway and first visual beacon to the retail centre beyond.
The centre planning has been carefully considered to optimise customer convenience and accessibility, through both its appealing pedestrian pathways and vehicular network. The centre will feature a graceful main street boutique retail offer designed to sit comfortably within the architectural context of its surrounds, with a flowing pedestrian concourse that supports the convenience supermarket and associated retailers.