Catalina is delivered by the Catalina Regional Council, formed by seven local governments to implement the development, and project managed by Satterley. The early vision to create a more sustainable, more liveable community is being successfully delivered.
A strong focus on ecosystems led to the rehabilitation of an 11.5 hectare Biodiversity Conservation Area which provides a significant green link, including feeding habitat for Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo. Habitat trees are also retained in road reserves and public open space. A successful plant relocation, seed collection and fauna relocation program has been implemented, with over 550 grass trees relocated and a contribution to the seed bank that can equate to over 2 million plants.
A mandatory builders’ waste program saw well over 90% of waste by weight collected on site and recovered at a start-of-the-art facility, with the program at Catalina used as a case study for best practice waste management in WA.
Catalina, through careful design and energy and water efficiency will reduce living costs for residents and has a strong focus on community engagement and education.
For more details, visit: https://satterley.com.au/catalina/