Victoria Park had previously been used as a racecourse and an industrial area. Our comprehensive water sensitive urban design strategy set new standards in urban water management in an urban renewal setting.
Victoria Park demonstrates early innovative environmental initiatives such as bio-retention swales to collect and filter stormwater, electromagnetic filtration systems and specialist plantings to improve the quality of water.
Streets and parks are part of the strategy. Dual carriageways, sawtooth curbing and planting directs flow into the bio-remediation swales.
The embellished parklands are also integral to the water quality management system.
Building design features include flow-through ventilation, larger balconies and plenty of sunlight and support healthy and sustainable living.