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Posted in architecture, building, city of fremantle, development by freoview on December 15, 2016


The WGV Baugruppen demonstration project at the former Kim Beazley School site in White Gum Valley is well underway.

The innovative sustainable medium density residential site in Fremantle will be using renewable green energy and aims to create an affordable community.

I took a couple of photos there on Wednesday to show a bit of the progress of the development.

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  1. Lionel said, on December 17, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    The West says they are starting at 400k. Even less affordable than first thought. Considering the plan was to have them start at 300k I would say this is a massive failure (but they are nice homes for the wealthy)

  2. Lionel said, on December 15, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    Looks nice but not affordable. 1 bedroom dwellings are apparently going to start from $350k, basically proving sustainable and affordable don’t go hand in hand.

  3. bigjulie said, on December 15, 2016 at 6:45 am

    Building designers should have a brass plaque on their buildings like oil and water color artists oblige to identify themselves. Standards would rise knowing that they had to sign their work.

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