Crimson Hill now a touch greener

1st July 2014

Crimson Hill has received the esteemed EnviroDevelopment green tick of approval from the Urban Development Institute of Australia.

The development has been recognised for its outstanding performance in environmental sustainability across all six leaves – ecosystems, waste, energy, materials, water and community.

“Crimson Hill is both an environmentally and architecturally significant site,” DHA Managing Director Peter Howman said.

“Transforming this site has required us to deliver an innovative design solution, which has now been recognised through this sought-after accreditation.”

Landscaping throughout the development has been designed to complement the natural bushland. Drought-tolerant, native species have been extensively used and little irrigation will be required after establishment.

In no time at all, residents will be able to put their feet up in their new homes, watch the sun set and listen to the birds. It’s all moving forward at Crimson Hill.

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