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Northpoint Enterprise Park is the premier Business Park in the North of Melbourne. Situated in the prime position opposite the new Melbourne Wholesale Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Market on Cooper Street Epping and adjacent to the Hume Freeway. Land is available for immediate purchase or development and we regularly work with businesses to customise a parcel of land or create land and building packages to suit virtually any need.
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See Northpoint From The Sky

We recently took advantage of a bright Autumn day to get some aerial photographs of Northpoint Enterprise Park.

It was great to see the growth and development that is taking place not only to Northpoint, but also the real estate development taking place to the North of Melbourne. Below is some of our shots that give a great view of exactly how well positioned Northpoint Enterprise Park is in relation to: Melbourne’s CBD, the new Wholesale Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Market, the Northern Hospital, Epping Plaza as well as the major roads including the Hume Freeway.

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Space for Lease at the Epping Medical & Specialist Centre

Northpoint Enterprise Park tenant, Epping Medical & Specialist Centre currently have some fantastic opportunities for medical practitioners.

Epping Medical and Specialist Centre has brought together a group of general practitioners, medical specialists, diagnostic services and ancillary allied health practitioners who complement each other and strive towards the goal of providing integrated and quality health care services.

The practitioners at the Epping Medical and Specialist Centre are committed to serving the community and ensuring that the health and well being of patients remains paramount. The medical centre is able to offer the best quality health care in the north of Melbourne due to the commitment and dedication of the practitioners.

The Epping Medical & Specialist Centre currently has vacant space available and is looking to grow and expand the current services offered with a range of additional medical (or related) practitioners. There are a range of Sessional Rooms and Suites available, all that can be configured to suit users requirements. The Centre features 432 car parking spaces and an ongoing

commitment to build and develop the most comprehensive medical facility in the North of Melbourne.

Epping Medical & Specialist Centre is looking to expand and develop the services already offered which include: Audiology, Cardiology, General Practise, Gymnasium, Industrial Health, Optometry, Pathology, Pharmacy, Podiatry, Radiotherapy, Radiology, Gastroenterology, Endoscopy, IVF, Neurophysiology, Oncology & Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.

There are excellent opportunities for Day Chemotherapy, Ophthalmology, Dental, Speech Pathology, Psychology, Occupational Therapy as well as many other medical or medical related practitioners.

THE LOCATION
The suburb of Epping is just 18km from Melbourne’s CBD and located within the thriving City of Whittlesea, which has the 2nd largest and 4th fastest growth of all Victorian Municipalities.

The Centre is on Cooper Street, Epping which currently carries in excess of 42,000 vehicles per day. This will increase to 59,000 by 2021.

Interested? Find out more today.
Contact David Ross dross@mcmullin.com.au or tel 03 9831 8905

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Northern Business Achievement Awards Winner

Congratulations to Northpoint Enterprise Park tenant Edlyn Foods who are the winners of the 2012 Northern Business Achievement Awards.

The Business of the Year Award, sponsored by the Victorian Government, was presented to Mr Andrew Donelly, Managing Director of Edlyn Foods, at the NBAA Grand Finale Breakfast, held on Friday 7 December.

With a history spanning more than 75 years, Edlyn Foods has grown to be recognised as a key supplier to the Australian Foodser

vice Industry, providing beverage, bakery, dessert, condiment and culinary preparations. Edlyn has built a reputation for quality, innovative products and excellence in customer service, through a process of continuous improvement.

Edlyn Foods is a 100% Australian owned and operated company that manufactures it’s products in it’s Epping facility located within Northpoint Enterprise Park.

To find out more about the Awards visit www.nbaa.com.au

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ACTIVITY ON THE RISE IN MELBOURNE’S NORTH

Northpoint Enterprise Park, a 126 hectare Business Park located in the growth corridor of Epping to the north of Melbourne, offers a high caliber gauge of the current state of play for Victoria’s commercial and industrial property development economy.

Northpoint Enterprise Park is a 10 year old, joint-venture between the McMullin Group and Robert Scanlon.  This partnership has noticed a slow-down in recent years, though maybe not the slow-down that you would expect.  Land is still being sold, and properties continue to be developed within the Business Park. The slow-down is really noticeable in the way companies are making their business decisions.

According to McMullin Groups’ Development Director John Purdey “Caution is the overriding emotion in the way people are now approaching business decisions. Due diligence is done and business decision makers

want all details perfect before they will commit. Fortunately with Northpoint this approach and attention-to-detail has always been our focus, so we have been able to continue working with businesses to ensure they are getting the best business outcome.”

The long term development of Northpoint Enterprise Park has been well thought-out and thorough, which has resulted in astute business operators continuing to choose Northpoint Enterprise Park.  This ongoing growth and success, where so many seem to be failing, can be attributed to location and quality.  Northpoint Enterprise Park occupies a prime location at the full diamond interchange of the Hume Freeway and Cooper Street in Epping, granting immediate access for Northpoint occupants to all parts of Australia. This site is directly opposite the developing new Melbourne Fruit and Wholesale Markets and less than 20 km from Melbourne’s CBD. The focus has always been on attracting top quality tenants which build and maintain quality business premises. As a result, there is a strong stable of International and Australian businesses that call Northpoint Enterprise Park home.

As a testament to Northpoint Enterprise Park’s continued growth and development as a successful business hub they are gearing up to release a further 40 hectares which will be Stage 4B, suitable for Retail, Showrooms, Business and Industrial developments and simultaneously Stage 5, which will attract Commercial, Health Care and Light Industrial developments.

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New Age at Northpoint

Northpoint Enterprise Park resident New Age Caravans is busily expanding operations, having started construction on their new, modern manufacturing facility. This new development is located alongside New Age Caravan’s current Dealership Showroom on busy Cooper Street, Epping. The new Office/Factory building and expanded facilities for New Age Caravans is in response to their rapidly growing business in Australia’s caravan market. The expansion of New Age Caravans is positive for Northpoint Enterprise Park and the City of Whittlesea with the Company’s employment figures in this location swelling to over 100.

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Age Caravan’s Owners Joe and Gabby Barrasso attribute the company’s outstanding growth to a number of factors including; the company’s use of superior manufacturing technologies; having a customer focused approach that includes a high degree of product customisation; creating a modern on-trend product; and having a Showroom located in a high visibility position attracting attention of a lot of passing traffic as well as being easy to access for all current and potential clients.

To find out more about New Age Caravans visit www.newagecaravans.com.au

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Eriez Magnetics – Drawn to Northpoint Enterprise Park

Eriez Magnetics, a world authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection applications is soon to make Northpoint Enterprise Park in Epping its new home.

To accommodate its expansion and increased manufacturing capacity, Eriez Magnetics has chosen Northpoint Enterprise Park as the ideal relocation destination. The new facility will improve the efficiency of manufacturing operations, with the increased capacity of their two manufacturing bays, one fitted with two 20 tonne gantry cranes and the other with two 10 tonne

units. Additionally, it will allow Eriez Magnetics to increase their staffing levels to 35, with the recruitment of a CAD Draftsperson and a Minerals Process Engineer.

Northpoint Enterprise Park, located on Cooper St, Epping, already houses a range of international industrial, commercial and retail industry leaders. Well-positioned vacant land is still available within Northpoint, both on Cooper Street and within the Business Park.

For further information on the Northpoint Enterprise Park development contact John Purdey on 0418 320 394

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Retail lift for Epping Centre

Legislative changes are helping bulky goods outlets, writes Philip Hopkins.

A BULKY goods centre to be built at Epping in Melbourne’s north has been given a fillip by recent Baillieu government planning changes.

Private developer, the McMullin Group, will build the centre, dubbed Epping House N Home, in the Northpoint Enterprise Park, a 120-hectare estate in the commercial and industrial heart of the City of Whittlesea.

McMullin’s development director John Purdey said the centre would tap into Whittlesea’s forecast population growth of 10,000 new residents per year for the next six years. Epping’s catchment is now estimated at 209,000.

The centre will be located on the corner of Edgars Road and Cooper Street, about 1.5 kilometres from High Street and Epping Plaza.

The establishment of the bulky goods centre was given a shot in the arm by amendments to retailing legislation by Minister for Planning Matthew Guy.

The policy changes revised the bulky goods definition, broadening the scope of retail activities that could be included in such centres. Further, the previously restrictive minimum floor space requirement of 1000 square metres was dissolved.

Jones Lang LaSalle’s director of retail leasing Jaycen Willox said the move brought flexibility and clarity to both current and prospective tenants. ”Restrictive minimum floor space requirements under the previous scheme were thwarting the capacity of growth within the bulky goods sector,” he said.

Broadening the tenant sizes and products would boost demand for space in bulky goods centres and underpin confidence in the sector. He said retail

outlets now eligible included recreational and sporting goods, baby and children goods and homewares.

Mr Purdey said the changes had shifted the balance within the broader retail spectrum, allowing bulky goods to compete in areas from which they were traditionally excluded.

The 30,000-square-metre Epping bulky goods centre, which is expected to open late next year, will be built in two stages. The first stage will be an anchor tenant of 14,000 square metres, with 12-to-15 small tenants taking up the remaining space. The centre will be valued at more than $35 million.

The McMullin Group previously developed bulky goods centres in Chirnside Park and Thomastown. The Epping site was designed by Leffler Simes Architects, who designed the Springvale Homemaker Centre. The leasing is being done by CBRE.

Mr Purdey was upbeat about the centre’s future, saying there were more than 42,000 traffic movements passing the Cooper Street frontage daily. This was expected to grow to 58,000 by 2021.

A consultant’s report found that residents would spend $2416 per person on bulky goods in 2014-15, the centre’s first full year of trading.

The bulky goods centre will join a range of tenants at Northpoint that include an automotive parts supplier to Ford Australia, Sumitomo Australia; Mexican food company Gruma Asia & Oceania; and US tool company Stanley Black & Decker. Construction of Northpoint began in 2000 and is half complete.

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