First lots available
Located on the site of the former Hamilton Senior High School, the first residential lots have been released in the new OneOneFive Hamilton Hill development.
Led by DevelopmentWA, this 11.9 hectare development will house 232 lots and over 300 new homes, with the first 30 lots being released in the first stage.
Ranging from 250 to 578 m², land prices are very high to appeal to a multitude of potential owners.
DevelopmentWA Managing Director Frank Marra said the development will showcase cutting-edge approaches to sustainability.
“It will showcase initiatives that reduce energy consumption, save water and reuse materials, and it will provide a diverse range of housing sites that will suit people at all stages of life,” he said. he declares.
OneOneFive Hamilton Hill, a project accredited by Water Corporations Waterwise, received an award this year at the Waste Authority’s Waste Sorted Awards, winning a gong in the Waste Initiative of the Year category, highlighting its firm commitment to minimal environmental impact.
“The estate will achieve net zero energy and demonstrate innovative construction methods, water-sensitive urban design and restorative landscaping to deal with the impacts of urban heat and climate change,” said Mr. Marra.
Significant energy savings have already been achieved, according to Marra, with 96% of all demolished waste reused and recycled as part of the project – 86% of recovered resources have been processed on-site for use in the project. landscaping and civil works.
“OneOneFive will provide elevated land with ocean or treetop views and over 17% public open space, with green corridors created through retention of one-third of all mature trees, as well as l ‘addition of 350 new plantations,’ he said.
“Open public spaces have already been created, and more nature games, grassed areas, barbecues and cycle paths will be completed later in the year.
“The estate’s rich educational and indigenous heritage will be celebrated through street names, public art and built form.”
Close to Cockburn and Fremantle, the land is ideally located near CY O’Connor Beach, Murdoch University and numerous transport links.
Scheduled to be completed by 2030, the development will house apartments and split-level homes, group housing and compact lots, as well as commercial space.
“Ultimately, over 800 people will end up inhabiting this area,” said Marra.