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Ability to deliver successful outcomes for large projects
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"We are very pleased with the work the CHMG team did for us. Their creative insights, combined with superb technical capabilities made them a great contributor to our projects."
GOULBURN VALLEY WATER
"CHMG are always available and answer any questions we have promptly. They did an excellent job achieving successful outcomes for our cultural heritage salvage programs and I would highly recommend them to others looking for a professional cultural heritage firm."
Accurate advice that is project specific
'John was very understanding to customer needs and highly efficient in delivering positive outcomes. He always worked closely to his budgets and helped his co-workers to his best ability. He was the best senior project manager and a great mentor for the whole team'
SENIOR FUND ACCOUNTANT at SS&C GLOBEOP
MERRIFIELD WEST PSP CHMP COMPLIANCE PROJECT
We are currently undertaking CHMP compliance operations for the Merrifield West PSP at Mickleham, Victoria. The Merrifield West PSP covers an area of 667ha with a Net Developable Area (“NDA”) of 521 hectares, representing approximately 73% of the PSP area. Based on these estimates the Merrifield West PSP area will provide approximately 7,000 dwellings for 20,000 people.
The development vision for the Precinct is to provide a high quality residential focused node that will provide a variety of domestic choices for the increasing population of the North Growth Corridor.
LINDUM VALE, MICKLEHAM, VICTORIA, PSP DRY STONE WALL ASSESSMENT
CHMG provided MAB Corporation with strategic advice to assist with the management of dry stone walls within the Lindum Vale Precinct on Mickleham Road, Victoria.
CHMG developed a brief thematic environmental history and a statement of significance for dry stone walls within the PSP area to determine the local and extra-regional significance of the structures. We developed a list of future actions and management measures to assist MAB to manage these assets into the future.
MAIN STREET, WINCHLESEA
CHMG is currently preparing a complex CHMP for Bakerland Projects for a purpose built 24-lot residential subdivision including provision for carriageways, passive open space and all required infrastructure.
The land use and development philosophy is to facilitate the subdivision and development of lifestyle blocks on large-scale allotments across the site. Lot sizes are to be flexible to enable maximum response to accommodate desirable end users. The CHMP is being prepared in consultation with Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation who have been involved in all facets of the project.
MERRIFIELD BUSINESS PARK, KALKALLO, VICTORIA, PSP CHMP
The CHMP for the Merrifield Buisness Park PSP has now been approved by the RAP. The Business Park is part of Victoria's pre-eminent residential / industrial subdivision projects, the Merrifield PSP on Donnybrook Road, Kakallo.
CHMG have experience managing large, complex projects for a range of clients including large-scale projects like Merrifield which are contributing to the growth and prosperity of Victoria.
ELEMENT BUSINESS PARK, CLYDE NORTH, VICTORIA, CHMP STAGES 1,2 and 3
CHMG completed the CHMP for 3-stages of the Element Business Park for MAB Corporation now approved by Aboriginal Victoria in consultation with the Bunurong, Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Traditional Owners. The development vision for Element Park is to provide a high-quality business and employment focused node that will provide a variety of employment opportunities for the increasing population of the south-east Growth Corridor. The regular shape of lots and proportions are intended to assist the efficient use and development of the land.
The land use and development philosophy for the Business Park is to facilitate the subdivision and development of major employment generators on large-scale allotments located centrally within the site. Large central lots are to be surrounded by more diverse, generally smaller, lot sizes. Lot sizes are to be flexible to enable maximum response to accommodate desirable end users.
ALLIANCE BUSINESS PARK, EPPING, VICTORIA, CHMP
CHMG prepared a broad-scale CHMP at the the Alliance Business Park for MAB Corporation which was subsequently approved by the RAP in 2019. The development vision for Alliance is to provide a high-quality business and employment focused node that will provide a variety of employment opportunities for the increasing population of the North Growth Corridor.
The road framework is intended to include an internal ring road with nodal points that provide a high level of amenity. Surrounding the internal ring road is the network of arterial and collector roads, on the edges of the Park this includes the east-west collector road [O’Herns Road] to the south of the activity area. Works within the activity area have a 5-year outlook.
The proposed activity comprises an industrial subdivision and development of land industrial lots between 5,836m² [small] to 14,790m² [large]. Allowances have been made under the Planning Scheme for a large, centrally located area of open passive space and a green wedge buffer along Edgars Creek.