has reimagined retirement beliefs and concepts in Australia. The 11.44 ha masterplan is innovative and leading edge in terms of its ideology, architecture and site planning, as well as social, cultural and environmental interaction.
Extensive facilities and 285 dwellings create a unique physical and environmental setting that embodies a sense of belonging and pride of place.
Environmental sustainability principles have been integral to site planning, landscape, engineering, stormwater and the architectural philosophy. The intention is to achieve world benchmark standards in environmental excellence.
Land use and management issues commence with an analysis of the existing environment, its flora and fauna along with geotechnical, soil, hydraulics, water cycle, landscaping, disability accessibility and climatic conditions.
Restoration, integration and enhancement are fundamental environmental considerations.
The development has integrated the overarching principles of Feng Shui in materials, colours, textures and smells, a non religious philosophy that seeks to improve harmony and balance in earth based energy flows.
The best journey starts with design and ends in sustainable tranquillity.
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Developer: PGS Invest Pty Ltd
Development type: Seniors Living
Certification period: 2021 –
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Offering excellent connectivity to key freight routes, the Park is located minutes from the Kwinana Freeway, and services Pinjarra, Mandurah, Bunbury and Perth’s expanding southern corridor
The Business Park has a focus on building opportunity through industry. Home to the Shire of Murray’s Western Australian Food Innovation Precinct, a variety of local businesses, and Australia’s first Bushfire Centre of Excellence it is a place of productivity; where business, industry, training, research and development come together, invigorating the Peel region.
One of Australia’s first renewable energy industrial microgrids is delivering reliable, affordable power to the Park, with businesses expected to save up to 30 per cent on energy costs
The Business Park has been nationally recognised by the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) as an environmentally sustainable development. Existing trees have been re-used as natural, engaging landscaping elements within the public open space in Stage 1. Cockatoo nesting boxes have also been installed in North Dandalup as part of the project’s environmental response.
To improve the management of phosphorus in the environment, Phosphorus Retentive Filter Media has been used in the Stage 1 drainage basin. The filter media improved stormwater quality and environmental outcomes for the Peel Harvey Estuary.
You can find further information about the environmentally sustainable development initiatives that have been undertaken and incorporated into the business park here.
Development type: Industrial
State: Western Australia
Certification period: 2020 –