New and growing Roma community, Clearview Rise, welcomed its first residents this year. Developer Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) recognises the need to create a vibrant inclusive community in the estate and to that end EDQ residents and the wider Roma community have participated in many events during the past year.
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A few highlights at Clearview Rise have been:
• The Twilight Markets
• The Clearview Rise “Snap to Win” photography competition
• A street naming competition which ran at the Roma Food and Fire Festival
• School holiday activities during January and September
• The Clearview Rise Fair

Stacey who moved to Clearview Rise with her family in September said, “Our lives are so much better since we moved to Clearview Rise. It’s far enough away from the centre of town to be quiet, but close enough to walk.”

Investor Adam Balanda who invested in a block and built a home to sell said, “With the school, hospital and parks close by, it ticked all the boxes. I particularly liked Clearview Rise because it is well above the flood level. Clearview Rise is really well done.”

Already the new residents are enjoying the wide open spaces to catch up with family and friends for a barbecue, a game of cricket or picnic in the park.

Once completed residents will be able to take full advantage of the extensive parklands and green space available with a network of walking and cycling paths connecting Clearview Rise to the existing Roma community.

With more than 27 homes complete and 25 under construction the roll out of available land and finished homes continue at a pace.

People interested in becoming part of the Clearview Rise estate can visit the sales and information office or register their interest at www.clearviewrise.com.au