Welcome to Redmond Place

Building innovative, sustainable and affordable housing in Orange

The project

Landcom is working with Orange City Council to create a new residential neighbourhood that will increase and diversify housing options for this growing regional city.

The project will unlock 25 hectares of Council-owned land at Orange’s eastern entrance to deliver 300+ homes with a mix of housing types including single dwellings, duplexes, town houses and low-rise apartments - providing people with greater choice and affordability.

Redmond Place will cater to various household sizes and incomes, with at least 20% of homes to be set aside as Affordable Housing for low- to moderate-income workers.

The project will be designed with innovation, sustainability and liveability in mind, aiming to set the standard for contemporary new housing in Orange and Central West NSW.

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Redmond Place, Orange


Orange City Council

Have your say and create a vision for Redmond Place

One of the first steps to bringing Redmond Place to life is to create a place vision in collaboration with the community.

We want to know your priorities, ideas and aspirations for Redmond Place. What do you want this place to look and feel like? How can we design a place that fits the needs of the Orange community, both present and future?

We will consult the community in early 2024 across a number of face-to-face and virtual workshops, plus online engagement opportunities now open.

Visit Join In Landcom to fill out our housing survey, post on our ideas board, or register your interest for the workshops in Orange. 

Have your say at Join In Landcom


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25 hectares


300+, with at 20% Affordable Housing

Community consultation

Consultation is an important part of the planning process. We want to work with Council and the local community to plan a resilient new neighbourhood that meets local community needs and has a distinctive Central West NSW identity. There will be a number of opportunities for you to engage with the project team and help shape plans Redmond Place before we lodge them for approval. 


  • Community visioning consultation

  • Prepare masterplan and lodge rezoning proposal

  • Obtain rezoning
  • Lodge development application
  • Obtain development approval
  • Commence construction
  • Commence land sales
  • Register subdivision

If you require the services of an interpreter, please contact the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 and ask them to call Landcom on 02 9841 8600. The interpreter will then assist you with the translation.

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