Location: New South Head Road, Kiaora Road, Patterson Street and Anderson Street, Double Bay NSW
Use: Approved by the JRPP in June 2012, this project involves the redevelopment and construction of two mixed use buildings, including a new Council library building, commercial and retail floor space for a Thomas Dux, Woolworths and Dan Murphy’s, a new multi-deck car park and public domain improvements
Client: Woolworths Limited in an $80 million Public Private Partnership (PPP) with Woollahra Council
TPG secured approval from the JRPP for the revitalisation of Double Bay being undertaken as a PPP between Woolworths and Woollahra Council. This included the redevelopment of the existing Woolworths site on New South Head Road, Council’s Kiaora Lane and Anderson Street car parks and a number of properties in Kiaora road and Patterson Street.
The development will contribute to the rejuvenation of the Double Bay Centre through new economic, employment, social and environmental incentives, achieved by:
TPG’s key responsibilities included design input to address challenges associated with the existing site, to ensure the design of a commercial and retail anchor for the Double Bay Centre. TPG’s other key responsibilities included the preparation of a Statement of Environmental Effects and liaison with the Council and JRPP throughout the approval process to ensure a good outcome for the client and the residents of Double Bay.
TPG has always been understanding of our requirements as a fast growing company and has always been willing to assist us in any way they can to better understand and develop our processes across a variety of challenging situations and circumstances. This helps us achieve favourable results and a positive experience for our Franchisees. TPG’s professional approach, product knowledge and willingness to understand our industry makes them a pleasure to deal with and they are an integral part of our business. We would have no hesitation in recommending their services to anyone considering engaging the services of a Town Planner.John Fuller