THE PARKS RED HILL
A consortium comprising Stockland and DOMA was appointed as the successful tenderer to deliver the approved Estate Development Plan (EDP) at Red Hill.
Both companies are committed to bringing The Parks Red Hill to life in a way that is sensitive to Red Hill’s existing character and heritage, and enhances the strong community aspects of the suburb, with a neighbourhood village and high-quality architecture capitalising on the views and open spaces.
LATEST NEWS AND UPDATES
6 November 2019
Site remediation update, road & civil works, sales and display grand opening
Thank you again for your ongoing patience and understanding as we continue work on The Parks.
We are pleased to advise residents that we have now completed the first stage of contamination remediation works including the removal of topsoil and emu-pick of asbestos fragments.
Approximately one quarter of the total site remediation has now been completed.
The majority of remediation work completed to date has focused on the eastern section of the site which we expect to complete throughout November.
We also anticipate commencing remediation works on the western section of the site during this period as well as commencing stormwater and hydraulics work to the eastern section of the site.
22 October 2019
Pedestrian access – Cygnet Crescent
In response to concerns expressed from the community about pedestrian access on Cygnet Crescent access between Monaro Crescent and Endeavour Street Stockland’s civil contractors BMD Urban will be installing a temporary footpath in the coming weeks.
The temporary gravelled footpath will provide safe pedestrian access between Endeavour Street and Cygnet Crescent and connect with the existing footpath from Cygnet Crescent to Monaro Crescent. The fencing on this section of the site will be moved back to accommodate the new temporary footpath between the fence and the curb.
Stockland is committed to the safety and wellbeing of the community and thanks residents for providing an opportunity to address concerns of this nature.
30 September 2019
Site remediation works & Sales and Information Centre
Following on from our update in August, we can advise that preliminary remediation works to remove areas of top soil across the site are expected to be to be completed this week.
We have now also obtained endorsement of our Remediation Action Plan (RAP) from the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and will be proceeding with full site remediation.
We expect the full site remediation works to take approximately four months to complete.
All remediation works will be managed by our contractor BMD Urban under the supervision of a specialist hygienist consultant (who is an ACT licensed asbestos assessor).
The wellbeing of residents, workers and the wider community is our priority.
Designed by the community for a new community
A community-informed masterplan is the foundation of The Parks Red Hill, which will be brought to life by Stockland and DOMA Group in 2019.
This Estate Development Plan for Red Hill was devised by the ACT Government following two years of consultation.
The local zoning applies to the area formerly known as the Red Hill Housing Precinct, opposite the Red Hill shops. It is bordered by La Perouse Street, Discovery Street and Monaro Crescent.
The Red Hill Estate Development Plan sets out the medium-density development that can occur under the ACT Government’s Red Hill precinct zone. Allowable heights range from 9.5m to a maximum of four storeys 16m.
Under the Estate Development Plan, there will be up to 252 dwellings across 52,000 sq m.
Wide, tree-lined streets will meet open space, bike paths and parks, all within walking distance of local shops
Masterplan supplied for the purpose of providing an impression of The Parks Red Hill and the approximate location of existing and proposed third party infrastructure, facilities, amenities, services and destinations, and is not intended to be used for any other purpose. Indications of location, distance or size are approximate and for indicative purposes only. Subject to change. Not to scale.