first_imgNaree Griffey New Home Sales Consultant from G J Gardner Homes and Dave Lamari, North Shore resident at the new land release. Story is about how the school being built is driving demand for land so please get the school in the background.NORTH Shore has released more land with demand for new homes in the masterplanned community being fuelled by the under-construction North Shore State School.The new land release will cater to buyers wanting to be in the catchment area of the new school, which is due to open next year.The La Glorie land release backs on to the school and has blocks ranging from 455sq m to 665sq m.It will also be near a new shopping village to be named The Junction and regional Super Park.North Shore project director Andrew Astorquia said there had been an increase in inquiry for land close to the school since construction of the $40 million facility began in early 2017.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“It is mostly young families that choose to live at North Shore and the school has been eagerly anticipated by everyone living in this area,” he said.“The La Glorie land release will have the best North Shore has to offer, with shops, schools and even a super park all within walking distance. We expect this (land) release to be highly sought after.”Land in La Glorie starts from $149,500.GJ Gardner Homes sales consultant Naree Griffey said they had received plenty of inquiries from people wanting to build homes in La Glorie since construction started on the new school.“Families are wanting to be near the school and also all the parkland that’s out there,” he said.“We’re getting a lot of young couples either planning on a family or already having children.”For more information visit the North Shore Sales and Information Centre at 126 Sunhaven Boulevard, North Shore, or go to