LandCorp – Alkimos Beach Mixed -Use Development – Western Australia - Project Profile

LandCorp – Alkimos Beach Mixed -Use Development – Western Australia - Project Profile


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LandCorp is undertaking the construction of a mixed-use project in Western Australia, Australia.

The project involves the construction of 7,500 dwellings on 710ha land to house 15,000 residents. It is being executed in two phases.

The first phase of the project includes the construction of 2,200 dwellings on 224ha of land to house up to 6,000 residents and the second phase includes the construction of 5,300 dwellings on 486ha of land.

The project includes the construction of a regional center, an integrated public transport system, schools and community facilities, leisure and possible marine facilities, outdoor and community facilities, shopping complexes, business and entertainment facilities.

Eco Logical Australia Pty Ltd and RPS Consulting Engineers were appointed as environmental consultants, Woodsome Management Pty Ltd as project manager, EPCAD as the landscape architect, Interaction Consultants, and Artsource as lead consultants and Sinclair Knight Merz Pty Ltd as a planner.

In February 2010, Delfin Lend Lease (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lend Lease Corporation) was appointed as a developer to manage and coordinate planning, design and sustainability initiatives.

In August 2012, Georgiou Group was awarded US$33 million earthwork contract for the first phase.

In January 2014, the Anglican school was planned to develop at Alkimos Beach, funded privately by the Anglican Schools Commission. The school, to be called St James’ Anglican School, will be located on a 10ha of land on Marmion Avenue in the Alkimos Beach community.

In August 2014, construction work on St James’ Anglican School commenced and was completed.

In June 2015, EMC Solar Ltd was appointed to supply the 1.1MHh battery system.

In August 2015, Sprout Ventures was appointed as a strategic consultant to overcome two major challenges, they are an early delivery of social infrastructure and creating a ground-up community development without long-term reliance on external funding.

Construction works on the first phase are underway with completion scheduled by 2021 while the entire project by 2032.


The project involves the development of a mixed-use facility on 710ha land at Alkimos Beach 40km north of Perth and 15km from Joondalup in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

The US$2,082 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of 7,500 dwellings

2. Construction of a regional center

3. Construction of integrated transport system

4. Construction of leisure and marine facilities

5. Construction of a St James’ Anglican School on 10ha of land

6. Construction of outdoor and community facilities

7. Construction of shopping complexes

8. Construction of business and entertainment facilities

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