Victoria Park Redevelopment
- Client: Landcom
- Role: Development Management
- Cost: $2 billion
- Date: 2000 / 2007
Victoria Park is an urban renewal development of a 25 hectare site within the Sydney metropolitan region at Zetland, south of the Sydney CBD. This project involved the acquisition of what was previously the department of Defence Supply Stores and the subsequent demolition, remediation and subdivision of the site.
The development masterplan initially provided for 2,500 residential apartments, 150,000m² of commercial space and 10,000 m² of retail space together with the creation and dedication of an extensive public domain area. The project was a leader in environmentally sensitive design, harvesting storm water from landscaped swails constructed within the roadworks for reuse in irrigation and grey water recycling.
TSA Management was engaged as the Development Director for a four year period managing the redevelopment from inception to sale of the individual super lots. This involved the engagement of consultants representing all major disciplines and management of the master planning process. Stakeholder management was of paramount importance involving sensitive negotiations with council and relevant authorities as well as community action groups.