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A New Face for McCloy Group Charitable Work

Hunter-based property developer, McCloy Group has announced a partnership with Rugby League Star, Mitchell Pearce, who will join with the group to bring a fresh local face to the company.

The Australian professional rugby league footballer and halfback has an array of achievements to his name including NSW State of Origin halfback, NRL Premiership and NRL All Stars representative. The opportunity for a collaboration with the McCloy Group arose following Pearce’s recent return to Newcastle and his desire to jump head first into Novocastrian culture.

Pearce is already settling into Newcastle, showing his support for local feeder clubs such as Lakes United, who are also proudly sponsored by the McCloy Group for the 2018 season.

McCloy Group is Newcastle born and bred, having first established in the Hunter in 1961. The home-grown hunter based property development group are well known for their residential communities in the region and have a strong history in charitable work and community support.

“McCloy Group have a strong history in Newcastle and the Hunter, not just in property development but also in giving back to the local community. Take a look around the Hunter, and you’ll see communities, charities and sports clubs that they’ve been part of,” said Pearce.

“My role within McCloy Group will see me drive awareness for charities supported by McCloy Group and become the face of the company’s communities within the Hunter region.”

McCloy Group have an abundance of communities within the Hunter Region, including the Award-

Winning Heritage Parc, Maitland and Billy’s Lookout, Teralba which homes the 2016 Children’s

Cancer Institute ‘Build For a Cure’ house on land donated in full to the Children’s Cancer Institute by

Jeff McCloy.

“Mitchells determination, passion and personable approach on and off the field in Newcastle has made him the perfect representation of the values McCloy Group,” said McCloy Group Chairman, Jeff McCloy

The group has also expanded into Retirement Living sector with Development Applications underway for seniors living facilities within their existing communities – Heritage Parc, Maitland, The Bower,

Medowie and a new development in Thornton North. Like previous McCloy Group projects, they’ll be

delivered as high-quality developments.

“Carefully planned villages are part of our philosophy. Successful and compassionate operation and

management lead to happy residents, which are core to our retirement projects,” stated Brian Swaine,

McCloy Group Managing Director.

The Hunter Region community can look forward to getting to know Mitchell through the McCloy

Communities, retirement living and charity work of the group.

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