The Urban Development Institute of Australia bestowed Villawood Properties’ Armstrong Mount Duneed with the Community Engagement Excellence Award, in recognition of leadership and innovation in services and social infrastructure in residential projects. This follows Armstrong’s 2017 win as the UDIA’s Best Masterplanned Community.
In the same evening, Villawood’s Executive Director, Tony Johnson, was also honoured with a lifetime achievement award, in recognition of outstanding contribution to the development industry.
Landscape architect Barry Murphy, the man behind the sumptuous wetlands and streetscapes full of character at Villawood Properties’ Armstrong Mount Duneed, has won the highly-coveted 2018 UDIA Judges’ Award for his work on the community.
His work was recently featured on Australia By Design Landscapes, which you can view in the video to the left >
Villawood’s flagship Geelong community, Armstrong, Mt Duneed, won the highly coveted 2017 for UDIA Award for Excellence, Masterplanned Community. Armstrong joins Villawood’s Marriott Waters and Alamanda communities as a recipient of the accolade.
Villawood’s Executive Director, Rory Costelloe, was honoured by the UDIA with a Lifetime Achievement award, in recognition of over thirty years creativity and valuable contribution to the development industry.
Aquarevo, Australia’s most water and energy-efficient urban residential development, was awarded the UDIA’s 6-Star accreditation for EnviroDevelopment. This is the highest level of recognition for environmental sustainability. The scientifically-based rating system recognises leading-edge environmental outcomes across six areas of sustainability: water, ecosystems, community, waste, materials and energy.
Armstrong, Mt Duneed awarded the coveted Landscape Award at the prestigious UDIA Annual Awards for Excellence. The award in recognition of the Australian-first Green Street Display Village concept, combining a closed-street display village with a children’s playground.
Trillium, Mickleham community was awarded the 2015 Urban Development Institute of Australia’s prestigious Healthy Design award.
Armstrong, Mt Dunned becomes Villawood’s first community to be awarded the UDIA’s 6 leaf EnviroDevelopment accreditation.
Marriott Waters, Lyndhurst wins the UDIA Awards for Excellence for Best Masterplanned Community of 2013.
Marriott Waters, Lyndhurst recognised in the UDIA Awards for Excellence, receiving the Melbourne Water Recognition Award.
Marriott Waters awarded the UDIA’s EnviroDevelopment four leaf accreditation in recognition of the community’s commitment to sustainability.
Alamanda, Point Cook recognised as the Best Masterplanned Community at the UDIA’s Victorian Awards for Excellence.
Seasons Tarneit wins the UDIA Award for Excellence, Best Masterplanned community. Then, in 2006, Seasons received the Judges Award at the National UDIA Awards for Excellence.
Villawood’s first major metropolitan project, Orchard Place, Werribee, is awarded the Judges Award at the UDIA Awards for Excellence.