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Fabrizio Perilli delivered the presentation at the 2014 Building the Territory Conference. …

Fabrizio Perilli delivered the presentation at the 2014 Building the Territory Conference.

The inaugural Building the Territory Conference 2014 is an opportunity to meet with the project owners and leaders, to hear about the new opportunities and developments for the built environment in the Territory.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://bit.ly/BuildingtheNT2014

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  • 1. DEVELOPING THE DARWIN WATERFRONT
  • 2. THE STORY SO FAR WHY DARWIN?
  • 3. WESTERN AUSTRALIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA NEW SOUTH WALES QUEENSLAND TASMANIA VICTORIA NORTHERN TERRITORY DARWIN
  • 4. With its progressive outlook, proximity to Asia and huge regional projects stirring economic and social change – Darwin’s evolution was something we wanted to be part of. “ ”
  • 5. Demand for accommodation Demand for workers Investor interest INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
  • 6. Fast Growing Economy 55% Population Growth by 2030 High Wages & Strong Salary Growth Global Investment
  • 7. Best performing city Rental yield of 7% growth 2nd highest for rental returns 6% per annum in median house price in Australiamedian house and unit price
  • 8. Darwin has been the best-performing market for most of the last 10 years. “ ”Cameron Kusher, RP Data senior research analyst January 2014
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  • 10. DEVELOPMENT residents services lifestyle considered thoughtful creative sustainable infrastructure services solution-oriented considered thoughtful creative sustainable infrastructure services Solution-oriented longevity assured community planned design residents lifestyle longevity assured community planned design residents longevity community planned design residents lifestyle longevity community planned design considered thoughtful creative considered thoughtful sustainable considered creative services public space aesthetics ergonomic challenge global outlook framework security lifestyle outlook accessible activity opportunity multi-use recreation strategy maximise relaxation safety anchor proven vision collective collaboration research transformation creation interconnected lifestyle assured vision social outlook accessible activity opportunity harmony multi-use culture prosperity recreation effective versatile vibrant innovate strategy maximise relaxation anchor proven dependable collective collaboration platform research transformation creation interconnected assured aesthetics ergonomic global outlook harmony culture prosperity recreation effective versatile vibrant framework innovate security assured proven assured vision proven proven thoughtful considered creative sustainable infrastructure sustainable infrastructure services creative infrastructure services solution-oriented thoughtful Solution-oriented
  • 11. WHARF ONE
  • 12. 360,000 across $230 million delegates 1000 events generating
  • 13. WESTERN AUSTRALIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA QUEENSLAND TOP END NORTHERN TERRITORY DARWIN WATERFRONT
  • 14. INDIGENOUS INPUT
  • 15. Originally Supported project foreman employed by Toga as a trainee throughout his training Now a full time
  • 16. WHARF TWO
  • 17. 138 University apartments 500 square meters of retail Charles Darwin School of Business and Hospitality New boardwalks, roads and parklands
  • 18. $100 million in Direct Revenue 300 Direct Construction Jobs 257 Retail and Commercial Jobs SINCE 2012 WHARF TWO HAS DELIVERED 530 Indirect Positions 386 Additional Roles still to come
  • 19. CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY
  • 20. CDU School of Business and Hospitality will be one of the few universities in Australia offering traditional higher education alongside sector specific vocational training “ ” “ ” Training is a critical tool in up skilling the Territory to support the growing regional economy
  • 21. LOOKING AHEAD
  • 22. 2020 MASTERPLAN 22 storey residential building housing 156 apartments New road access between Stokes Hill Road and Mavie Street 16 waterfront land lots or a number of 3-4 three storey apartment buildings 100 apartments in a 5-6 storey building
  • 23. THE DARWIN VISION
  • 24. WESTERN AUSTRALIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA NEW SOUTH WALES QUEENSLAND TASMANIA VICTORIA DARWIN NORTHERN TERRITORY
  • 25. BUILDING THE TERRITORY Domestic Migration and Immigration Ongoing Investment Industry Diversification and Expansion Strong Infrastructure Lifestyle Development A coordinated effort between government, industry and the private sector is fundamental
  • 26. BUILDING THE TERRITORY