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  • History of Docklands:working docklands of Melbournecontamination issuesDocklands Development Authority (to Vicurban to Places Vic): Development agreementssustainability focusESD guide for buildingschanging relationship with developers and City of Melbourne
  • Victoria Harbour Victoria Harbour is one of the most ambitious brownfield redevelopment sites (30 hectares) being undertaken in Australia. At completion it will contain 350,000sqm of commercial, 2,800 apartments, 45,000sqm of retail and mixed use and 8,000sqm of community facilities including a new library, boating hub and park.50% of development completed to date and the rest delivered by 2021Journey for Victoria Harbour:emergence of green buildingsMarket shift to green buildings saw Victoria Harbour have the highest density of green building in Australia. Lend Lease embraced the Docklands ESD Guide, which is a mandatory requirement for all our commercial and residential buildings and was a pre cursor to the Green Star Ratings Tools. E.g. NAB and The Gauge, Australia’s first 6 Star, Green Star Office As Built, and most recently the 6 Star Green Star ANZ buildings. Green Star is now demanded by many tenants within commercial sector.Shift into more residential product onsite - now delivered two Green Star residential buildings at Victoria Harbour: Serrata and Convesso Concavo, as well as the world’s tallest residential cross-laminated timber building. However demand for sustainability within the residential sector is not as progressed as the commercial sector and Lend Lease are working with the GBCA to look at ways of addressing this with not only the development sector, but the consumer market as well.transition to green precinctNeed to be ahead of the innovation curve and respond to emerging trends including energy price rises, consumer awareness and evolving regulation Still have work to do with regard to the delivery of precinct infrastructure - issues of regulation, supply connections, funding mechanisms and spatial allocations are challenges and barriers
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    1. 1. Click to edit Master title styleClick to edit Master subtitle style Docklands, Melbourne Sustainability in the revitalization of port areas Michelle Isles Senior Manager, Sustainability 17 June, 2012
    2. 2. Click to edit Master title styleDocklands 1999Click to edit Master subtitle style
    3. 3. Click to edit Master title styleVictoria Harbour precinctClick to edit Master subtitle style
    4. 4. What is the city’s role?Click to edit Master title styleClick to edit Master subtitle style • Transport and pedestrian access • Basic services • Open spaces • Entertainment
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    6. 6. Ladyto edit Master title style Centre, DocklandsClick Gowrie Child CareClick to edit Master subtitle style
    7. 7. Click to edit Master title style Docklands LibraryClick to edit Master subtitle style
    8. 8. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master subtitle styleMichelle IslesSenior Manager, City of