Barker Ryan Stewart was engaged by Deicorp for the provision of traffic engineering and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design services to assist with obtaining development consent for the proposed Tallawong Village development.
The proposed $680 million mixed-use development will include up to 16 buildings varying in height to a maximum of eight storeys. These buildings will include up to 1,100 residential dwellings, alongside a variety of commercial, retail, and community spaces. A minimum of 5% of the residential dwellings will be allocated for Affordable Rental Housing, which will be managed by Bridge Housing Group.
Our full scope of services for Deicorp included:
- Traffic and Parking Impact Assessment Report
- Traffic counts and SIDRA analysis
- Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Report
- Construction Management Plan
- Construction Traffic Management Plan
- Waste Management Plan
The development is located in close proximity to the new Tallawong Station, providing residents access to convenient transport services and other great facilities. There will also be car parking and bicycle parking available for residents contained within basement parking areas.
The development forms part of the wider Sydney Metro Northwest Places Program, a Landcom and Sydney Metro partnership which will deliver up to 11,000 new dwellings around the Sydney Metro Northwest stations. The Tallawong Station Precinct South will be the first site to be developed under the program.
Images courtesy of Landcom.