Urban Development INSTITUTE of Australia
Western Australia Division Incorporated
Allara – Satterley and Landcorp
Over 9,000 species planted for habitat and foraging of Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo.
More than 95% of landscaping uses native species.
Native seed will be collected for use in revegetation works and stocking seed bank.
Placement of POS within the development adjacent to significant wildlife corridors.
Greater than required green space provided within development boundary.
1.5kW pv system installed at every dwelling with recommendation to increase to 3kW system.
A smart meter and energy monitor will be installed at every dwelling.
Energy efficient air conditioning systems are mandatory.
The café near Kinkuna Park will include solar panels, LED lighting and an energy efficient dishwasher.
Waterwise trees, shrubs and lawns in public realm and household landscaping includes Waterwise species and restrictions on turf area.
Irrigation systems designed according to hydrozoned plant species and with different operating pressures and application rates.
The café will reduce potable water usage via efficient fittings and fixtures and potentially with waterless urinals.
A community garden will be established near schools and the town centre and an urban citrus orchard will be established.
A Bike Share Scheme is available for resident use with a solar powered docking station.
Multi-use active open spaces with free wi-fi in selected parks
Program of events for community engagement and activation is extensive and innovative, for example, a bike powered pop up cinema.
Resident Welcome Pack educates residents on sustainable living including encouragement to further contribute to future proofing, for example to equip garage with a suitable location near power outlet to charge electric bikes, a dedicated 15 or 32 amp circuit to charge electric vehicles and designing the car park for multiple uses.
Materials Recycling Centre will accept and encourage reuse of materials during civil construction works, landscaping and dwelling construction activities, as well as being accessible to residents for rear landscaping works.
MBA Smart Waste site where builders are educated on best practice waste management.
Kerbing will use green concrete i.e containing 30% supplementary cement materials
Bespoke timber play fort uses recycled timber hardwood sourced locally and recycled timber and recycled plastic slats used in public realm seating.
The Community Café will showcase environmentally responsible materials.