Construction Update – Neighbourhood Activity Centre

Welcome to our latest update of the bustling developments in Kingston’s Neighbourhood Activity Centres (NAC). We’re excited to share the latest news from our NAC stages and SALT business park.

Neighbourhood Activity Centre – Stage 3 – Grubb Road and Activity Drive

Site works have resumed at the Commercial and Retail development on Grubb Road and Activity Drive. Leading Edge are the developers of the site and have advised earthworks are now progressing quickly. When complete, this development adjoining Kingston Village Shopping Centre will be home to several national retailers, including 7-11 Service Station, Bean Squeeze, Hungry Jacks, The Reject Shop and Anytime Fitness. Completion of lots 14 & 25 on Activity Drive (next to McDonalds) are anticipated late 2024. Lot 15 on Prosperity Drive (next to Aldi) is expected to be completed Mid 2025.

SALT Business Park – Prosperity Drive

Work continues at the SALT Business Park with Prosperity Drive currently a hive of activity! Warehouses within this industrial complex are starting to take shape, with installation of precast panels underway. When completed, this complex will consist of 30 industrial spaces of varying sizes, suitable for accommodating a wide range of businesses. Visit for more information.

Neighbourhood Activity Centre – Stage 7 – Prosperity Drive

Construction of Stage 7 of the Kingston Neighbourhood Activity Centre (NAC) has begun, with excavation progressing well, and sewer and drainage installation to underway.  This development will provide for further expansion of the industrial business park, which will deliver further industrial offerings to the Kingston NAC providing employment options and additional services to the growing community. Construction is expected to be completed and titles anticipated November 2024.

BCH- Health and Wellbeing Hub

Construction of the Bellarine Community Health – Health and Wellbeing Hub, situated on Goodwell Drive, commenced early 2024. Site preparation, excavation, installing of services and slab pour have been completed. We will continue to keep our community informed as the build progresses. The new purpose-built hub is being constructed on land donated by Kingston Ocean Grove, on behalf of the Corless Family. When completed the Wellbeing Hub aims to provide our community with equitable access to quality health services, emphasizing inclusivity. The facility will house a multi-disciplinary team of health professionals. Construction for stage 1 is expected to conclude by the end of August this year.

That wraps up our latest update for our Neighbourhood Activity Centre. The ongoing developments in the Kingston area signify a promising future for both commercial and industrial sectors, bolstering economic growth and services for our community. Residents and businesses alike can look forward to enhanced amenities, expanded opportunities, and a flourishing environment. Stay tuned for our next update as we keep you informed of the progress.