March 2017 - Master Plan Update
After being announced as Minda’s construction partner in late 2016, SARAH Constructions swiftly mobilised on Minda’s Brighton site in January.
“SARAH exists to help clients build lasting legacies, so we are always keen to engage with the communities that are supported by our work,” SARAH Constructions Joint Managing Director, James Sarah says.
“Through collaboration, partnership and the delivery of this project, as a proudly South Australian business, SARAH is delighted to play a part in supporting South Aussies with disabilities to live enriched lives of their choosing.”
Although in the early stages, it is exciting to consider what Stage 2 of the Master Plan will bring to Minda, with the planned construction of 18 single storey houses, two three-storey residential apartment buildings, a lifestyle precinct with four buildings and Brighton Dunes apartments offering the ultimate in retirement living for the over-55s market.
For Minda, it is another step toward creating a vibrant and integrated urban village in the heart of Brighton North, and for South Australia it represents a much-needed employment and investment boost.
“Stage 2 of the Master Plan is set to create more than 850 jobs, offering opportunities for a wide range of trades, apprentices and suppliers,” Cathy Miller says.
“Working together on this project is so important and I am heartened to see the fantastic effort being put in by SARAH Constructions and Minda staff to work toward this great future together – it is this sort of collaboration and cooperation that is so important.”
SARAH Constructions General Manager, Adrian Esplin echoes Cathy’s sentiments saying, “At SARAH, we put people first; our priority is always the client and their customers’ needs. We are building our Minda project team around that idea, tailoring the experience and expertise within the team to Minda’s goals.”
“We will work collaboratively on the project because we understand that, ultimately, that is what will drive its success.”
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SARAH has been an integral part of the South Australian building and construction industry for over 50 years; they are 100% South Australian owned and passionate about supporting growth opportunities for our state.
Employing over 300 South Australians, SARAH has diversity and depth to manage large and complex builds, while remaining nimble enough to react to the demands of fast track and alterations projects.
As well as traditional construction resources, SARAH have dedicate management teams, including design management, to deliver a tailored and complete service, to the very highest quality standards.
Priding themselves on the excellent relationships they have, with their clients, subcontractors, designers and specialised consultants, SARAH is proud to partner with Minda to deliver construction for Stage 2 of the Master Plan. By understanding Minda’s project needs, Sarah will ensure that these needs are at the heart of every project decision.
“I’m thrilled to be managing the delivery of a top-quality product on a high-profile project for such a valued client,” SARAH Constructions Project Manager Ben Layley says.
“But the most exciting thing for me is engaging with Minda’s community and working as a partnership to deliver results and ensure that disruption is minimal.”
December 2016 - Master Plan Stage 2
- An artist impression of Minda's Master Plan
It was certainly a Christmas to remember when we successfully completed Stage 1 of Minda’s Master Plan in late 2014. The milestone represented the culmination of a $55 million investment that delivered new, state of the art disability accommodation for 61 people supported by Minda at our 28-hectare Brighton site.
In July 2015, Minda welcomed Development Planning Assessment approval by the Minister for Planning for Stage 2 of our exciting Master Plan development, as the next step towards creating a vibrant, integrated community hub that offers leading-edge accommodation for South Australians with disability.
The approval provided a comprehensive planning framework to assist Minda deliver on its objective of progressively constructing fit-for-purpose, quality replacement accommodation for people supported by Minda.
After extensive community consultation, the State Government’s Development Assessment Commission gave Minda the green light to proceed with the next stages of our self-funded $260m+ Master Plan development in May 2016.
The approval allows for the staged construction of 18 single storey houses, 2 three-storey residential apartment buildings as replacement and updated accommodation for people supported by Minda, as well as a lifestyle precinct, which consists of 4 buildings.
Stage 2 of construction will see around $95m flowing into the local economy, and is expected to generate about 850 direct and indirect building industry jobs for South Australians.
Minda also has approval for a 7-storey and a 5-storey building as part of Brighton Dunes, which will offer 70 apartments for the over 55s market in a licence to occupy arrangement.
Most importantly, the approval means that more people can enjoy similar opportunities, and enjoy leading-edge accommodation that offers the comfort of home, a contemporary model of service delivery, and state-of-the-art technologies.
Clever design and careful planning will see more than 80% of the Brighton site remaining as open space, and the undeveloped secondary dunes – one of the few left remaining along this section of coast – will be preserved and remediated.
- Brighton Dunes coastal views, artist impression
Minda’s $265 million Master Plan is well underway with the progression of Stage 2 and 3 helping transform the Brighton site into a vibrant community hub.
As part of Stage 2 and 3, the demolition of the houses on Repton Road has been completed, as well as demolition of two of Minda’s prominent buildings – Redman and Bonython.
And the transformer upgrade, completed earlier this year, is a significant step to increasing the capacity of power for the Brighton site allowing more flexibility in power availability.
The Master Plan vision is to create leading edge accommodation for people living with disability and allow for increased social inclusion in the way of community living.
It will include new accommodation, work and lifestyle options, green spaces, community facilities and retirement living solutions.
Following the approval of the Ministerial Development Plan Amendment (DPA) in 2015, the concept design for Stage 2 and 3 was completed by the project team, led by Michelle Gheorghiu, Executive Infrastructure Director.
The latest stages encompass purpose-built accommodation, new retirement living options at Brighton Dunes, and the design of the lifestyle precinct.
Over the coming months, the project team will engage in the detailed design and documentation of Stage 2 and 3 of the Master Plan.
The idea of a Master Plan for Minda’s Brighton site was conceived in 2007.
Since then, there has been significant discussion, consultation, collaboration and planning with various key groups, all contributing to the future of the 28-hectare site.
This urban village will offer accommodation and services to South Australians living with disability, which in turn will allow Minda to deliver support that is contemporary, individualised and tailored around each person’s wants, needs and aspirations.
Minda welcomes Michelle Gheorghiu as Executive Infrastructure Director.
The latest face welcomed into the Minda team is Michelle Gheorghiu, who will be responsible for turning future stages of the Master Plan development at Brighton into reality through her new role as Executive Infrastructure Director.
Michelle comes to Minda with extensive operational knowledge spanning more than 12 years across the health and medical research sectors, as well as project management experience across the public and private sectors.
Prior to joining Minda, Michelle was Director of Infrastructure and Capital Planning, where she managed the successful delivery of the $250m landmark South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAMHRI) building.
Before that, she was Projects Director with SA Health, where she was responsible for the concept development and delivery of a number of significant projects, including the $162m Flinders Medical Centre and $320m Lyell McEwin Hospital redevelopments, the $200m upgrade to the QEH, and the $37m redevelopment of the Ceduna Hospital.
“The Master Plan is the largest in Minda’s 116 year history, and one of the largest privately-funded projects currently underway in South Australia, and I am very excited at the opportunity to be part of a team that is creating a vibrant community hub that offers leading edge accommodation for South Australians living with intellectual disability,” she says.
“Minda has an outstanding reputation as being a leader across the disability sector and I am very pleased to be able to be part of such a great team that provides vital services to South Australians and their families.”
“I look forward to working with a range of stakeholders – including State Government, the City of Holdfast Bay, the local community and the Minda team – to create something that integrates well within the environment, preserves the unique character of the local area, and enhances the undeveloped secondary dunes so that they can be enjoyed by everyone.”
Ms Gheorghiu, who started her new role in April, has a Master of Business Administration (Technology) from La Trobe University and a Master of Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic University in Bucharest.
At the end of 2014 it was all systems go on Bonython Way, with the launch of Brighton North, followed by people supported by Minda moving into their new accommodation.
Manager Brighton North, Lisa Feder and her team, along with Developmental Educators from Minda’s Southern Disability Support, have been helping people feel at home in their new accommodation, which has included the compilation of personalised transition books.
There has been great feedback from the new residents, and sisters Susan and Wendy Knight say they have had a very positive experience moving into their new apartment.
Wendy says, “It’s feeling good living here. The apartment is really big - lovely and quiet”. She continues; “My favourite room is my bedroom. You can hear the birds in the trees.”
Wendy also says she likes doing her own washing, while Susan enjoys cooking dinner with her sister. Susan says, “It is very good here. It was easy to adjust to living here. Staff are helpful.”
“My favourite room is my bedroom - it is easy to make the bed.”
Congratulations to Susan and Wendy on their new apartment!
We were also excited to celebrate the completion of the Brighton Dunes apartments. The luxury retirement apartments play a critical role in the success of the Master Plan, with the sale of the apartments supplementing funding of Minda services, while offering a unique opportunity for retirees to live by the seaside with the luxuries of retirement living.
It is social enterprise in action, with the benefits of Brighton Dunes as a commercial enterprise maximising improvements in the wellbeing of people supported by Minda, while supporting environmentally sustainable outcomes and practices.
One of the most exciting Master Plan developments has undoubtedly been the launch of Brighton North on 17 November.
In the weeks before the launch, the people moving into the new accommodation made regular visits to their new homes with Developmental Educators from Minda.
Although some people were previously experiencing trepidation about the move, fears and anxieties were quickly replaced by excitement upon viewing the houses and apartments for the first time.
“The new furniture has been a talking point, with items from TRAK Furniture, The Table & Chair Co and Le Cornu continuing to arrive, furniture which not only meets individual wants, but also support needs,” Project Manager Brighton North Libby Chapman says.
“The residents were involved in picking fabrics and making choices about the types of furniture they needed and wanted, so they have been very excited to see the items arriving, pieces that really reflect the personalities of the individuals.”
There have also been a range of assistive technology sessions run by Jackson Care Technologies (JCT) with Business Development Manager Gary Holzer conducting information sessions for new families.
In terms of the construction, BADGE has made significant progress to all stages of the Master Plan development, with Stage 1 nearing completion.
“The Wetlands and Minda houses were handed over in August and the Minda apartment building in October, with BADGE now focussed on finalising the internal fit-out of the Brighton Dunes apartments,” Executive Project Manager Roddy Clark says.
“A prototype apartment in building one of the three Brighton Dunes apartments is complete and will set the standard for the apartments for the remainder of the project.”
Works to common buildings have also been progressing well, with a dining room and barbeque area and pool nearing completion.
“The Plaza area has been waterproofed and the garden beds have been installed and the library building is nearly finished,” he says.
The roadway and roundabout (Jack Fox Way) which connects the Brighton Dunes apartments has commenced installation outside of the reception building, which is also starting to come into its own.
Roddy says, “Everything is progressing well and I look forward to reporting back on the completed Stage 1 works.
You need only drive down King George Avenue, or Repton Road to appreciate the incredible progress head contractor BADGE has made on Minda's Master Plan.
“The apartment and houses for Minda residents are nearing completion, with external works being finalised. The street, Bonython Way, has also been built and we are looking forward to showing people supported by Minda their new homes,” Master Plan Project Director, Roddy Clark says.
“The Wetland area is also complete and the Brighton Dunes development (pictured below) has been making really good progress over the last three months; both buildings now have their roof installed and the internal fit-out of the apartments is underway.”
Many hours and days have also been spent working on where everyone will be living, taking into account everything from friends and individual choice, to specific needs and requirements.
The individuals preparing for the move have been asking great questions about where they will be moving and what it will mean for them and are getting really excited about their new homes.
There has been great feedback received and consultation with family members, the people Minda support and staff members has been invaluable.
In preparation for the move, staff have been helping people to prepare lists of things they want to take with them to their new accommodation and Developmental Educators from Minda’s Specialist Resource Services have also been implementing individual transition plans.
“We also recently advertised for an Accommodation Manager for the new homes and apartment; we have had a great response and we look forward to appointing an experienced manager to deliver quality outcomes, which maximise choice and inclusion for people living with intellectual disability,” Minda CEO Cathy Miller says.
“We look forward to also implementing Assistive Technology soon; combining state-of-the-art technology with a person centred approach, Assistive Technology will give individuals a greater level of independence, without compromising on safety and ongoing care.”
Key aspects of this technology will integrate the use of call points and movement detectors to alert staff of unexpected activities by individuals when they are at home.
“Not only will this technology let people enjoy a greater level of privacy in their new homes than ever before, it will also provide them with the opportunity to experience a greater level of independence,” Cathy says.
This is just one of the ways the new accommodation will allow Minda to deliver support that is contemporary, individualised and tailored around each person’s wants, needs and aspirations.
Adelaide experienced some of the hottest and wettest weather during early 2014, breaking South Australian weather records. Although it did hamper our progress, BADGE made a concerted effort to regain momentum and our mild winter so far has meant the works at the Minda Master Plan site continue to progress.
“The basement and ground floor slab of the retirement apartments, Brighton Dunes have been completed and precast panels for the ground floor have been finished and the first floor installed,” Roddy Clark, Master Plan Project Director says.
“These luxury retirement apartments play a critical role in the success of the Master Plan. The sale of these apartments will supplement funding of Minda services, while offering a unique opportunity for retirees to live by the seaside with the luxuries of a retirement village.”
Minda has appointed Sandra Carle as Manager of the Brighton Dunes retirement apartments. In this role, Sandra will manage the Brighton Dunes complex, liaising with current and future residents and developing the community that is Brighton Dunes.
“We recently had a meet and greet with future residents of the Brighton Dunes apartments, where we talked about the building progress and introduced them to Sandra; we look forward to meeting with them again soon,” Roddy says.
“Over at the new Minda accommodation site, the walls and roofs of all 10 houses are now complete as well as first fix services (cabling for electrical, communications, water etc). Internal linings are near completion and second fix service and fit-out is well underway,” he says.
The apartment building is also taking shape with precast now complete up to level two, with structural steel and roofing underway. First fix services for ground floor apartments are now complete and linings are well underway, with second fix and fit-out commenced.
The sedimentation pond, detention basins and underground storage tank for the wetlands is now finished with landscaping, pathways and lighting nearing completion.
The Master Plan is forging ahead, with works advancing at Minda’s Brighton site on homes for residents of Minda and also the Brighton Dunes accommodation.
“The progress of the development is coming along quickly, with BADGE able to mobilise on site only a few weeks after being awarded the contract,” Executive Project Director Roddy Clark says.
“Stage 1A (the Brighton Dunes retirement development) has had piling works completed, which has enabled the super-structure (above ground construction) to commence.”
The structure’s basement footings, retaining walls and columns have also been finished and the ground floor slab is set to be completed by the end of February; this leads into the process of erecting pre-cast walls and upper floors.
“The Delta Core, pre-cast concrete panels form the upper floors and are around 300mm thick; an 80mm concrete topping screed forms the finished levels of each apartment,” Roddy says.
“The next major milestone will be the completion of the pre-cast works and roof in June/July of 2014; we’re currently on track for stage 1A to be completed by early December.”
Stage 1B, Minda residential accommodation (adjacent to King George Avenue) is also progressing well, with the ground floor slab for the residential apartment building and slab for three houses complete; the remaining seven house slabs are on track to be completed in February.
“All of the houses are due to be completed in August, with the apartments shortly after in October,” Roddy says.
Stage 1C is also well underway, with the wetlands area remediated and earthworks (which will shape the detention basins and wetlands area) complete. Looking ahead, the sedimentation pond and underground storage tank should be complete by April, 2014.
The Governor, Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce speaks at the ‘Turning of the Sod’ ceremony.
The Master Plan is starting to have an impact on the landscape of the Brighton site, with the onset of excavation and a ‘Turning of the Sod’ ceremony.
In celebration of the Brighton Dunes development, future residents of the 48 apartments were invited to join with Minda and the Governor, Real Admiral Kevin Scarce for a ‘Turning of the Sod’ ceremony.
There were approximately 75 people in attendance at the Brighton Dunes site, including around 60 future residents.
The sale of the Brighton Dunes apartments by Phil McMahon Real Estate was a great success, with all reserved after being on the market for less than two weeks.
“Brighton Dunes is a critical aspect of the overall success of the Master Plan redevelopment, with the sale of the apartments providing the funding Minda needs to create an environment where people with intellectual disability can embrace and enjoy the experiences in life,” says Senior Project Manager, Karl Sampson.
“It is social enterprise in action, with the benefits of Brighton Dunes as a commercial enterprise maximising improvements in the wellbeing of people supported by Minda, while supporting environmentally sustainable outcomes and practices.”
Visit brightondunes.com for more information.
Latest news on the Master Plan
For Minda, the end goal of the Master Plan is to create a high quality, integrated, affordable, sustainable urban village; one that will offer leading edge accommodation and services to South Australians living with intellectual disability.
We’re very excited to report that South Australian construction firm BADGE was selected as the Head Contractor for Stage 1 of the Master Plan.
BADGE are charged with the construction of Stage 1A (Brighton Dunes retirement apartments), Stage 1B which includes Minda residential homes and apartments and construction of the wetlands which makes up Stage 1C of the Master Plan.
The tender for Stage 1 works of Minda’s Master Plan received great interest during the Registrations of Interest process, which closed in March 2013.
“This process allowed us to find the best company for the job, one with the capability and experience for such a significant project,” says Executive Project Director, Roddy Clark.
After receiving enquiries and submissions, Minda shortlisted a handful of very experienced and capable contractors from around South Australia.
“BADGE was the successful Tenderer, and Minda is very excited to begin a partnership with the construction firm,” says Roddy.
“We’re also really happy to be taking another step closer to achieving state of the art accommodation and services for South Australians with intellectual disability; we’re going to hit the ground running, with work starting by October.”
The Master Plan vision will start to take shape soon and the process to appoint a Head Contractor is currently underway.
Contractors from around South Australia applied during the Registrations of Interest process, which finished on 5 March.
Seeking to appoint a Head Contractor to complete the first stage of the Master Plan, within a matter of hours of an advertisement appearing in The Advertiser, submissions started flowing in.
“The registration of interest (ROI) process means Minda can find the best company for the job and based on the current schedule, we’re looking to get started on construction in mid-2013,” Executive Project Director, Roddy Clark said.
In addition to finalising the ROI process, the establishment of two working groups (one for residents and the other for retirees) has advanced the Master Plan.
“Much time and effort has gone into developing the residents’ one and two bedroom apartments, three and four bedroom houses, and the exceptional needs buildings,” Roddy said.
“Everything from colour schemes, to fixtures and fittings and assistive technology has gone into consideration and the process has now been completed.”
Looking forward, the Brighton Dunes launch on April 9 will give prospective retirees a chance to view the display suite and find out more about the project. Roddy said, “The display suite includes a kitchen, living, dining and bathroom and will give people a good idea of the apartments’ interior schemes.”
Minda’s $200m vision to offer leading edge accommodation for South Australians living with intellectual disability is one step closer to reality after getting the green light from the City of Holdfast Bay’s Development Assessment Panel on 28 November.
The Master Plan proposes new accommodation, work and lifestyle options designed to create an environment where people with intellectual disability can embrace and enjoy the experiences of life.
“Significant effort has gone into our community consultation efforts and we have updated our plans to reflect the feedback we have received and still offer accommodation and facilities that will set the benchmark and support people with a disability well into the future,” Minda CEO, Cathy Miller said.
“This is one of the largest developments of its type in South Australia and we have taken an environmentally-responsible approach to our planning, which will include preserving the undeveloped secondary dunes and creating a wetland area which will attract wildlife and capture stormwater run-off,” she said.
Ms Miller said the approval of the Master Plan would be welcome news to those in existing accommodation at the Brighton site, which is well past its use by date.
The proposed Stage 1A will see two three-storey retirement apartments constructed in the north western corner of the site on the corner of Repton Road and The Esplanade, with each containing 24 apartments comprising of a mixture of two bedrooms, two bedroom + study, three bedrooms and three bedrooms + study.
Retirement development (artist’s impression)
The retirement buildings will generate revenue to fund Stage 1B, which will see the construction of eight single storey group dwellings, two single storey residential flat buildings and a three storey residential flat building comprising 17 apartments to support existing Minda residents.
Minda Apartment Type A (artist’s impression)
Minda single dwellings (artist’s impression)
Together with our lead architects, Woodhead, we have created a vision for the evolution of our Brighton site. It will support the organisation’s sustainability and deliver an exciting new community concept into one of the state’s most desirable suburbs.
Stage I includes:
- Four-bedroom houses
- Three-bedroom houses
- Four-bedroom ‘exceptional
- needs’ houses
- One Minda apartment building
- Two retirement apartment buildings
- Retirement community facilities.
Minda’s Brighton Master Plan public consultation ran from 15–25 November 2011. The consultation included a visual display of the project’s concept design and Roddy Clark, Executive Project Director, gave a number of targeted briefing sessions to Minda Association members, staff, supported employees, the Self Advocacy Group and members of the public interested in retirement lifestyle options.
More than 300 people visited the display and almost 50 per cent (132 people) left feedback, the majority of which was positive.
The main concerns raised were by local residents in relation to proposals to build seafront apartments and potential traffic flow issues.
The Brighton Master Plan proposes a beachside village with accommodation, work and lifestyle options, green spaces, community facilities and a number of retirement living solutions.
The feedback provided during the consultation will contribute to the next phase of the project’s design process, which will be to seek planning approval. The subsequent phase will be dependent upon the assessment and approval timeframe of the City of Holdfast Bay.
Artist impression of Minda’s Brighton site
The Brighton Master Plan project team has now completed the Urban Design Framework for Minda’s Brighton campus.
The Urban Design Framework summarises and communicates a comprehensive response to the question ‘How do we create an integrated, affordable, liveable and sustainable urban village that delivers for residents on Minda’s Person Centred Thinking model of service?’
The Framework outlines the values, philosophy and principles that underpin the approach to planning, urban design and landscape on the site.
On 25 August, the Urban Design Framework was approved by the Master Plan Steering Committee and the Minda Board. At the meeting, it was decided that, as the Framework contains a lot of technical data which would not lend itself to a visual display, the project would proceed into the concept design phase.
The concept design phase will involve looking at the finer detail of the project, such as the overall layout of the site and the number and type of houses needed to accommodate the people currently living on campus, as well as new day option facilities, retirement products, community/commercial activities, traffic, landscaping and the staging and programming of the overall development.
The project team will now focus its efforts on the overall vision and the proposed scope for Stage 1 of the development. Once complete, this will be presented to the Master Plan Steering Committee and the Minda Board for endorsement, before going on public display.
Display material will include posters, perspectives, artist impressions and 3D models of the development which will focus on the following areas:
- Minda’s overall vision
- Village heart
- The vision for the site
- Person Centred Thinking
- Residential accommodation
- Day options
- Commercial precinct
- Public art
- Roads, pathways and linkages
- Site opportunities and constraints.
As part of Stage 1, it is also important the Master Plan Steering Committee identifies and consults with up to 50 individuals currently living on the Brighton campus to see what their requirements and expectations are for their accommodation.
Their input will be invaluable in contributing to shaping the design of the project.
Woodhead’s Karl Traegar reviewing the Urban Design Framework with Minda’s Executive Project Director, Roddy Clark
Earlier this year, Woodhead was appointed lead architect on the $200 million redevelopment of Minda’s 28 hectare Brighton site.
The Woodhead team recently held an Exploration By Design workshop at Somerton Surf Life Saving Club, inviting a wide range of stakeholders to be involved in shaping plans for an integrated, affordable, liveable and sustainable coastal urban village. More than 70 stakeholders attended and contributed to the workshop.
Over time, and at a pace suitable to the people Minda supports, a network of new streets, pathways and more useable and activated open spaces will transform the Brighton site into a vibrant urban community.
“We are committed to maximising choice and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities to achieve their aspirations,” said Woodhead’s lead architect, Karl Traeger.
“We appreciate this opportunity to create a coastal urban village that delivers a universal and inclusive place for people to live, relative to expanded choices, access and the ability to age.”
In an effort to get under the skin of Minda and truly understand the organisation, Karl and Minda’s Executive Project Director, Roddy Clark, recently rolled up their sleeves and volunteered in Minda’s Laundry, with the Envirocare cleaning crew and in the Chuaninga Day Options facility.
“Karl went above and beyond the expectations of a consultant and really got stuck into the role,” said Roddy. “He is committed to better understanding the operations of Minda, and to seeing, first hand, how we support the people who live and work here.”
Autumn 2011 From the President, Tony Harrison
The first few months of the year have been a busy time for Minda, with many activities and new programs being developed. I’m sure the remainder of the year will continue in the same manner - which will be exciting, but at the same time challenging.
Since the new year began, Minda has experienced some notable improvements and achievements, specifically around the Minda Master Plan.
A key milestone event that occurred during the first quarter of this year was the appointment of Woodhead, the lead architect for Minda’s Brighton Master Plan project. The Master Plan seeks to create a vibrant community hub, offering cutting-edge accommodation for South Australians who live with intellectual disability.
Woodhead’s successful bid for the Master Plan contract was announced at a Special Association Meeting on Tuesday 19 April and was subsequently reported on in the media. Minda is delighted to have Woodhead leading this significant project and we look forward to the collaboration that this will bring.
Executive Project Director, Roddy Clark, was appointed in early January to manage all aspects of the Master Plan. Roddy brings a wealth of experience with him from his time spent managing projects in Australia, Asia Pacific and the United Kingdom, and I would like to take this opportunity to welcome him to Minda.
Following extensive consultation and engagement with key stakeholders – including the City of Holdfast Bay, State Government, Minda Association, Minda staff, the media, the local community, supported individuals and their families – it can be confirmed that any new buildings which form part of the Master Plan will not encroach upon the undeveloped secondary sand dune.