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"Its a booming suburb with infrastructure developments on its way!"

Clyde is a developing suburb. Like every new suburb that is getting build it has its pros and cons. People moving into this suburb should be open to accept this and should think long term. There are still estates, land releases and residential developments happening in this suburb with roads,infrastructure and other amenities getting build.

As I closely follow the infrastructure development of this suburb, I know there are developments happening with Clyde PSP and finalisation of design framework of Clyde Major Town Centre under way (*which is planned to have an estimated 50,000 sqm of retail floor space and 50,000 sqm of commercial floor space). The delivery of the Town Centre will be staged over time in a phased manner.

This year (2019) on the corner of Berwick-Cranbourne and Thompsons roads a new 16,600-square-metre Bunnings DIY warehouse will anchor stage one of MAB Corp’s 38-hectare project, which is set to include showrooms, a petrol station, a childcare centre, food and beverage outlets and leisure facilities in addition to 65 industrial lots ranging in size from 1000 to 3000 square metres each.

There is Cranbourne East Train station on its way with a possible line extension till Clyde.

New primary and secondary schools are approved and is getting build including the upgrade of Clyde Primary school

Casey Fields stadium and other developments underway. Visit Casey Fields master plan for more info.

**There are developments in and around Clyde happening and I believe in 3 to 5 yrs time this will be a mature excellent suburb to live in.. People with long term plans should get into this suburb before its too late.

* Information from City of Casey, Planing department
** Note these are my personal opinion and can differ from people to people

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