新闻 / 2017年10月20日
2017年8月24日
澳大利亚最大规模的社会保障住房更新项目揭晓设计公司

HASSELL将为澳大利亚最大的社会保障住房改造项目悉尼艾凡赫住宅区重建进行城市设计及景观设计。

五家设计公司将参与打造这一多元化的公私综合社区片区,其业主Aspire Consortium联合体由社区住房服务机构Mission Australia Housing、开发商Frasers Property Australia和Citta Property Group组成。

该项城市更新项目是新南威尔士州政府的社区升级项目之一,旨在重塑并充实政府的社会住房供应。项目的重建将整合私有、社会及保障型住房 ,新增约3000处住所、新的教育及养老设施、商业零售及绿地空间、游乐场和社区公园,同时与现有的基础设施、交通系统、职业机会和社会福利设施相连。

本次开发联合体成员之一的社区住房服务机构Mission Australia Housing将在现场设立办公室,为社会住房的租赁提供协助。另外还将派员工驻现场协助配套服务及项目的实施,以增强当地社区的建设。

HASSELL董事David Tickle说道:“这是一项体量巨大且极富创意的项目。也是一项非常有意义的行动和机会,让我们能够贡献一份力量为悉尼创造一处积极向上、紧密相联又可持续的社区。”

艾凡赫住宅区是新南威尔士州政府社区升级计划在悉尼发起的五个项目中的首发,该升级计划将投资220亿澳元,提供两万三千处全新及更新的社会住房,500处保障型住房及四万户私有住宅。

图片:艾凡赫住宅区(城市设计及景观设计 – HASSELL;总体规划设计师 – Bates Smart;住宅、学校及老年护理设计师 –Candalepas Associates;住宅设计师 – Cox Architecture;住宅设计师 – Turner);效果图由Aspire Consortium提供

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