A BUILDING CRAFTED FOR ROCKDALE.
("..a story of mixed use urban activation.")
The client faced a compulsory land acquisition along one side of their site.
Although the site had been developed only 10 years ago, the land acquisition gave advantages of “Transfer of Development Rights” and greater yield due to
additional upper levels without incurring Section 96 contributions.
With careful early negotiation with Council, the newly gazetted LEP and DCP outlined height
incentives which were taken full advantage of with the buildings form and massing.
SEPP 65 requirements were exceeded on all levels providing the client with a development proposal that achieved ‘Design Excellence’.’
The design optimizes the yield and therefore number people who can live in this inner urban setting;
creating a valued landmark building and dramatically improving the setting and the public interface at this important corner in Rockdale.
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