Our Narrabeen Beach House was determined by the Northern Beaches Council last month. Very happy and relieved to finally receive Development Application Approval. A long process due to a Submission at the final hour of the Public Notification Period, from a resident living 2 blocks away from our site, regarding View Loss. Interesting, considering the adjacent neighbours supported our proposal and council’s feedback, following our Pre-Lodgement meeting was complimentary and supportive. You always get one! The process involved, community consultation, an independent planning assessment, erection of height poles, a View Loss Analysis submitted as part of the DA Documents, and presentation to an in-house Planning Panel at Northern Beaches Council.
Looking forward to seeing this one come out of the ground over the next 6-8 months, working with Maurice and Nuno from AURORA Design! Also a big thanks to Natalie Nolan from Nolan Planning Consultants who provided a fair and thorough independent assessment of the submission and to Northern Beaches Council for supporting our project.
Exciting to see the Bruce Masterplan Project develop from Concept through to Marketing Phase. My first project collaborating with AURORA Design, since starting my own practice in February 2018. I have known the director of AURORA Design, Maurice Mandalinic for over 24 years and its great to work with someone who not only has extensive experience in Residential Design and Delivery, but who is also a good friend. Equally impressive is TP Dynamic’s vision to improve the Urban Streetscape of Bruce through quality design and their ability to promote innovative and creative design solutions.
Prefabricated construction is in its infancy but with increasing demand on tradition construction and speed and the sustainability benefits of prefabrication, could this new manufacturing industry change the way Australia builds?
Below is a link to an article in the Business Inquirer on a project we are doing in the Philippines for HT Land (A joint venture between Hong Kong Land & Taft Property). The project is named Mandani Bay and located on a 20 hectare site on the banks of Mactan Channel in Mandaue.