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Mixed-use Residential Development at 77-79 Gozzard Street

The POD Projects Group is pleased to announce a new mixed-use residential
development at 77-79 Gozzard Street, Gungahlin (identified as Block 2 and 3,
Section 88). It will be a significant new addition to the vibrancy of the town
centre’s residential population and complement the new light rail transport link.
We welcome the communities input and feedback to the proposal. As part of this
process we will make information available to the Gungahlin Community Council,
hold a ‘drop-in’ session for interested parties as well as make ourselves available
to individuals on an ad-hoc booking basis if necessary.

The project is being designed by Guida Moseley Brown Architects with WSP and
Indesco designing the key engineering infrastructure. The designers have
developed a concept which incorporates significant sustainability features along
with excellent residential amenities.
The project is currently being prepared for a Development Approval submission
in April. The design has been discussed with the planning authority, ACTPLA,
via the pre-application process and is now progressing to the final development
application submission.
The project scope includes ground level commercial office, ground level visitor
parking, two residential apartment buildings of 8 and 14 storeys, and a three level
basement parking arrangement.
The apartments have been designed to include roof gardens and amenities to
complement a contemporary apartment lifestyle. This style of town centre living
is now a well established and highly popular mode of living for so many Canberra
residents. The emphasis is towards a vibrant and affordable lifestyle close to
facilities and transport nodes. This development builds on that vision and aspires
to be a key part of the Gungahlin Town Centre’s community.
Guida Moseley Brown Architects will be available for the ‘drop-in’ information
session and will show the scope of the project as well as answering any
questions from the community.
Community ‘Drop-In’ Information Session:
6pm to 7.30pm Wednesday 1st April, 2015
Training Room 2
Gungahlin Library
Hibberson Street
Gungahlin ACT 2912

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