UDIA Winners Showing "Sustainability Is The New Norm"


This year's winning projects took sustainability and innovation to levels never before seen, the Chief Judge of the prestigious Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) Meriton NSW & ACT Awards for Excellence said at the gala dinner last night.

While speaking to a 900-strong audience at the Star Casino, Julie Bindon said the judges were pleased to see industry pushing the boundaries in design and technology to make developments greener and more cost effective for the end buyer.

She said out of the 100 projects that featured across 15 categories, the bulk utilised environmentally-friendly initiatives, and many can easily compete on the world stage.

Affordable Development
Winner: The Platform Apartments by City West Housing
Design & Innovation
Winner: Eliza by Ceerose Pty Ptd

Retail/Commercial Development
Winner: East Village, Victoria Park by PAYCE Consolidated Ltd
Urban Renewal
Winner: Dominion Residences by GroupGSA Pty Ltd for Cbus Property
Winner: Cleveland & Co by Cornerstone Property Group in collaboration with Hayne
Seniors' Aged Care Living
Winner: CASS Residential Aged Care Facility
Seniors' Independent Living
Winner: Closebourne Village by Lendlease
Residential Development
Winner: Bingara Gorge by Lendlease
Medium-Density Development
Winner: Casba by Cornerstone Property Group in collaboration with Billard Leece Partnership , SJB Architects and BKH Interiors
High-Density Development
Winner: Park Lane and The Mark by Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia
Masterplanned Development
Winner: Discovery Point by Australand
NSW Regions and ACT
Winner: Wollongong Central Shopping Centre Expansion by The GPT Group

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