The problem of Griffith's housing crisis has been high on the agenda for years.
Griffith City Council have been publicly copping flack for not having a plan of action before the D-Day statistics rolled in, with the housing market already clogged and harder to crack into than opening a walnut with your bare hands.
Yet the manufactured housing estate proposed for Collina ticks boxes, making ways to open up housing and provide suitable living arrangements for the over 55s.
All going to plan, aged residents living in their own homes throughout Griffith will jump at the chance to live in a community of like-minded people.
Those homes would then be freed up for young families to move into without having to fork out for a new house and land package.
The estate would cater to their needs with social communal areas, gaming rooms, a pool, a bus service into town, and amenities required to live a sustainable and enjoyable life.
The developers, looking at the population statistics, have earmarked Griffith as a place where this should be in demand and would be a viable option for many.
But as most things in life, not everything goes to plan.
While it is common for people to fear change and the unknown, speaking to residents - some over the age of 55 themselves, they say the Griffith community is not one to up and leave their established family homes.
Without the coastal lifestyle, they say an estate like this wouldn't attract people living in other areas.
Why would someone sell their family home, have all that money sitting in their account only to see their pension docked?
Surprisingly, less than 10 per cent of people who took our poll thought this estate would help ease the crippling housing crisis.
Many locals have told anecdotes about how units and houses built for the elderly in Griffith over the years have flopped, been leased out to a broader demographic and have, so to speak, become flops.
Concerns over the young company, Lincoln Place, have taken the forefront of many communal discussions. With only two years under their belt, how could they disprove this possibility? They ask.
How could anyone put measures in place to ensure their neighbourhood doesn't become a 'hood'?
It seems to unlock the many questions more information is needed, or a public forum held, to shed light and to make sure the shoe fits everyone.