At any given time, we have multiple projects underway across Canberra. From early design concepts to final completion, the development process involves many stages. Our News page aims to give you insight into the big picture as well as some of the finer details.

Green Star for Yowani

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The Yowani Country Club occupies a prime site at the intersection of Canberra's main entry axes – Northbourne Avenue, the Barton Highway and the Federal Highway.

Dickson Village update

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Dancing to beat cancer

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We’re a pretty diverse bunch of people on building sites, from project managers to tradespeople, engineers to interior designers. As with any workplace, you get to know your colleagues and associates over time, learning about their personal interests and hobbies.

Dickson Village update

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Progress at Dickson Village

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Dickson Village is progressing apace. The ground formwork is now complete and 50% of the ground floor slab has been poured.

Dickson Village update

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Bruce precinct progress report

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RISE and IVES represent our second and third stages of the Bruce redevelopment project.

Dickson Village update

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Family Dynamics

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As our projects expand, so too does the TP Dynamics family. Over the course of 2022, we’ve welcomed six new team members in the Construction division.

Dickson Village update

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Onward and upward from here.

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If you’re in the area, you can’t miss the tower crane and pump operating at the Dickson Village site. Key foundational work is progressing well, with basement shoring now complete.

Dickson Village update

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Proudly supporting the local community

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In February, TP Dynamics sponsored Canberran Nicole Bell to participate in the Terry Campese Foundation’s Special Forces Challenge. The Challenge saw a group of local businesspeople take on a gruelling series of physical and psychological activities over 30 hours, across 2 days.

Make this space your own

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This comprehensively refreshed three-bedroom home with separate studio will appeal to investors and homeowners alike.

Get excited! Your new home is coming soon

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RISE is ahead of schedule, with practical completion set for August 2022. Now 99% sold, this thriving new residential and commercial precinct is just around the corner for Bruce.

Make this space your own

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This comprehensively refreshed three-bedroom home with separate studio will appeal to investors and homeowners alike.

This month, Ives has commenced construction

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The third instalment in the revitalised Bruce precinct is now 99% sold. The project received conditional DA approval in March, bringing us one step closer to commencing construction.

Make this space your own

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This comprehensively refreshed three-bedroom home with separate studio will appeal to investors and homeowners alike.

WISH takes out Master Builders Award

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On Friday 22 October, TP Dynamics were honoured to receive the 2021 Master Builders and Asset Hire Construction Excellence Award in the category of Apartments and Units Up to 3 Storeys for our WISH development in Bruce.

Don’t miss out on RISE

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Now is the time to secure your place in RISE, the second stage of our striking WISH development in the heart of Bruce. With over 85% of townhouses sold, this could be your last chance to be a part of the new precinct. The residences at RISE are set back beyond the variety of retail and commercial offerings at street level and combine thoughtfully designed townhouses with open green spaces for relaxation and recreation.

IVES is now 70% sold

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Demolition work is now finished at our IVES development, which will complete the three-stage WISH project in thriving Bruce. IVES will bring about further transformation in this already bustling neighbourhood, seeing the addition of residential and commercial offerings.

Residences are 70% sold and there are still a small number of retail spaces available. Get in touch today to discuss the opportunity to be at the heart of a thriving new precinct.

Sparks in Aranda is going to settle in June

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Progress at Dickson Village

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Bulk earthworks are well underway in Dickson for the exciting new precinct, which will include a Coles supermarket, Liquorland and a number of other retail spaces. Parking will be greatly improved with approximately 450 spaces across two basement levels.

IVES will be launched soon - Stay tuned for more

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