New Leaf Bonnyrigg

lient: Pontiac Land Gro
Role: Project Manageme
Value: $300 milli
Completion: 2020

This project involves the adaptive reuse of the Heritage Listed Department of Lands and Education buildings located         onBridgestreetiSydney.These impressive buildings will be given new life as a 250 room luxury hotel. The Lands building will feature 60 large           format rooms and a new roof top deck. A roof top extension to the Education building will see this building house 190 rooms with   internalpool, spa and gym facilities.

The buildings have been leased by Pontiac Land Group from Property NSW and a Stage 2 DA was submitted for the project in November   2016. The redevelopment which is expected to cost in the order of $300 million is on track for completion in late 2020 and will provide a landmark revitalisation for these assets.

Client: Landcom
Role: Project Manager
Completion: 2021

The Newleaf Bonnyrigg project, currently comprising of 833 homes, aims to renewal the existing social housing estate to provide a total of more than 2,500 residential dwellings. The renewal of the estate will change its social mix from 100% social housing to approximately 70% private housing and 30% social housing. It includes new and upgraded urban infrastructure such as roads, footpaths lighting, opens spaces and community facilities. The Concept Plan for the project was approved by the Minister of Planning in 2012.

The proposed renewal of Bonnyrigg will be completed over 18 stages and a number of years to respond to the infrastructure and construction requirements, tenant relocations challenges and provide a gradual neighbourhood transition. Three out of the 18 stages have already been completed.

This project involves the adaptive reuse of the Heritage Listed Department of Lands and Education buildings located on Bridge street in Sydney. These impressive buildings will be given new life as a 250 room luxury hotel. The Lands building will feature 60 large format rooms and a new roof top deck. A roof top extension to the Education building will see this building house 190 rooms with internal pool, spa and gym facilities.

The buildings have been leased by Pontiac Land Group from Property NSW and a Stage 2 DA was submitted for the project in November 2016. The redevelopment which is expected to cost in the order of $300 million is on track for completion in late 2020 and will provide a landmark revitalisation for these assets.

This project involves the adaptive reuse of the Heritage Listed Department of Lands and Education buildings located on Bridge street in Sydney. These impressive buildings will be given new life as a 250 room luxury hotel. The Lands building will feature 60 large format rooms and a new roof top deck. A roof top extension to the Education building will see this building house 190 rooms with internal pool, spa and gym facilities.

The buildings have been leased by Pontiac Land Group from Property NSW and a Stage 2 DA was submitted for the project in November 2016. The redevelopment which is expected to cost in the order of $300 million is on track for completion in late 2020 and will provide a landmark revitalisation for these assets.

Newleaf Bonnyrigg