"Bellcourt has 20 years’ experience in managing mixed use developments and understands the varying priorities that exist between residential and commercial owners. We look to get actively involved in helping manage your development and want to work closely with occupiers to ensure the scheme provides an enjoyable place to live and work".
About 1500 people move to WA each week, most of them to Perth. If we are to ensure Perth is a truly liveable city in the 21st century we will need to find new ways of planning our city. Current urban planning approaches and principles are not viable options for Perth's future growth with the way Perth evolves in the next decade determining whether we can successfully adapt and thrive in response.
Perth's metropolitan area is now one of the largest cities in the world by land size. Unlike other cities of a similar physical size we are very sparsely settled. Perth's physical size is roughly the same size as Los Angeles and Tokyo, but has only one tenth and one twentieth of their populations respectively.
The state government has set strata reform as a key priority with reform to the Strata Titles Act 1985 high on the agenda. The proposed reforms aim to ensure WA has a modern Strata Titles Act to better meet the State's needs in light of future growth.
Reforms will help provide more flexible and sustainable housing options to benefit developers, strata owners, investors, residents and tenants. As such, mixed use developments will become more and more popular.
For more information on the proposed changes and the transformation of Perth you may find the Transforming Perth document written by the Property Council of Australia, the Office of Senator Scott Ludlam and the Australian Urban Design Research Center interesting.
Transforming Perth - Bellcourt Strata Management