From single detached dwellings to apartment buildings and social housing, residential developments aim to provide shelter and comfort to their occupants. With increasing legislation regulating the built environment, in the last decade residential buildings have had to become more efficient. Sustainability in this type of development is about ensuring healthy, safe, comfortable, resource and cost efficient housing for people of all socio-economic backgrounds.
This residential development has been developed to meet the Doncaster Hill Strategy and provide sustainable living to the surrounding areas.
An 11 storey development containing 64 x One Bedroom and 62 x Two Bedroom and 14 x Three Bedroom dwellings achieving best practice sustainability.
The project is a fully constructed 3 storey development containing 12 townhouses with ground floor parking within. Located within walking distance of a train station and immediately adjacent a bus stop this low environmental impact design is an admirable example of responsible and sustainable urban consolidation.
Directly adjacent to a train station and close to trams and numerous amenities this site offers the residents the opportunity to live with a reduced carbon footprint.
This 4 storey residential development contains 34 apartments with balcony, car and bike parking facilities, large central light court, and a roof top deck for common access. The proximity to bus services, the Northcote aquatic centre and High Street in Northcote makes this an attractive development for residents.
The proposed residential development at 46 Regent Street, Elsternwick, includes 5 existing/relocated single storey dwellings at the front of the property, 5 new double storey buildings connected to the front buildings through a passage, and 5 new detached double storey buildings at the back of the property.
A redevelopment of the Piedimonte Supermarket site is currently been explored. The proposal includes a 2 storey supermarket, 90 apartments, and a large outdoor communal space