The Urban Development Institute of Australia’s Victorian chapter has announced its finalists for the 2019 Awards for excellence and we’re proud to share that Aquarevo is a finalist in the category or Environmental Excellence.
Aquarevo is a joint venture project with South East Water, who has also been announced as a finalist in the Consultant’s Excellence Award.
2019 is proving to be a great year for our South East projects, with Delaray, Clyde North shortlisted for the UDIA Award for Excellence in the Best Residential Community category.
Delaray will be home to over 1,000 families and feature stunning wetlands, board walks, parklands, playgrounds and public art. The beautifully landscaped streetscapes are connected by vast open spaces and recreational facilities.
With one of Villawood’s signature Residents’ Clubs, Delaray residents enjoy exclusive access to facilities such as a fully equipped gymnasium, swimming pools, tennis court, function room, family lounge, community gardens and Cafe Deoro. Every Delaray home is within walking distance of Club Delaray, onsite childcare, the stunning wetlands and lush parklands.
We are thrilled and humbled and congratulate all UDIA Award finalists.
Tony Johnson receives the UDIA Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his significant contribution to the property sector over the past 30 years. This includes a decade on the UDIA’s board of directors, during which time he served as President from 2000 to 2003.
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.
Our Alamanda Community in Point Cook is named the national Winner of the Best Residential Development Award at the UDIA Awards for Excellence
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.