Government policy is changing as community expectations evolve. Maintaining our standard of living while keeping our economies competitive is an increasing challenge. In a world where technology is transforming economies, new opportunities and threats to our way of life emerge.
Getting more out of our existing infrastructure and optimising benefits from investing public funds to improve community services is a pressing priority. With a deep understanding of private sector capacity, capability and the machinery of government, we have the skills to address this.
Our core strengths lie in providing services to local, state and federal governments to develop strategies that support policy outcomes and define, facilitate and manage the execution of asset and non-asset solutions.
Photography by Peter Glenane, courtesy of Development Victoria
The Public Housing Renewal Program will grow and sustain the supply of social housing in Victoria and improve the quality and suitability of homes in public housing estates. Ontoit.’s involvement includes the renewal of eight sites in Brunswick West, Clifton Hill, Flemington, Heidelberg West, North Melbourne, Northcote, Prahran and Preston.
By partnering with property developers, the Director of Housing will unlock land value to partially fund the reconstruction of an increased number of public houses on each site, plus improve the social cohesion through tenure blind design and promoting communities within the estates.
The Program requires significant logistical effort to manage relocation of existing tenants, demolition and reconstruction in stages to ensure no reduction of properties available for persons eligible for Public Housing.
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City to the Lake is a visionary idea to transform Canberra’s city centre and enhance its significance as the National Capital.
It will extend the city towards Lake Burley Griffin, connecting it to its central parklands. The ontoit team carried out a feasibility assessment of the overall master plan. The work culminated in an implementation plan that highlighted steps to prioritise parts of the program. It also outlined the approach and processes required to identify potential risks for this complex and exciting project, which caters for 15,000 new residents in the next 20 years.