ESD Case Studies

As one of Moonee Valley's partners supporting Sustainable Design Assessment in the Planning Process (SDAPP) and BESS, Yarra City Council has been a leader implementing environmentally sustainable development and the SDAPP framework for nearly a decade.

They also showcase a number of high-performing ESD developments as case studies for the development community to utilise.

Small development

90 Chestnut Street, Cremorne

Development summary: An existing period terrace home has been extended by a prefabricated two-storey modular home. The compact design accommodates a three bedroom home on a very small inner urban site (approx. 125m2) without compromising access to daylight and natural ventilation. A green roof will be installed that greatly enhances the site’s permeability and ecological value. Read more from the project team here. Read more from the project team.

Medium development

17-19 Little Wellington Street, Collingwood

Development summary: The development includes a warehouse conversion into two self-contained apartments and a three storey townhouse. The project shows exemplary design solutions that ensure good access to daylight and natural ventilation albeit with the constraints of a small site footprint and an existing warehouse structure. Furthermore, it incorporates innovative technology for renewable electricity and solar hot water. Read more from the owner/developer.

Large development

366 Church Street, Richmond

Development summary: The development involved the demolition of an existing building and the construction of a new multi-storey residential building. The building will comprise 31 one and two-bedroom units, including basement car parking. Read more from the project team.

Last updated: Wednesday, 17 August 2016, 11:37 AM