URBAN DESIGN

Our knowledge of planning provides excellent amenities to the inhabitants and we have a proven record of unique, innovative and quality designs in all of our projects. These assets have always inspired Council to consider our applications in a favourable light.

We have extensive experience built up over many years in dealings with respective Councils and Planning Authorities. We have established mutual respect and a positive working relationships with their planning staff and development assessment panels.

We are fully aware of Council’s planning policies for, and attitudes to all projects. This experience will enable us to present your proposal in a manner which will ensure the best possible result.

Our applications consider all requirements, guidelines and outcomes with reference to Council’s Development Control Plans.

THE ENTRANCE CULTURAL CENTER

Client: Dr. Essa Oliyan

Proposed Location: The Entrance North, NSW

Designed in 2005

EDH Group was commisioned to undertake site investigations and provide a unique proposal that considered a Hotel + Casino and associated buildings along with a Cultural Center + Museum.

 

The proposal was a strategic vision for the central coast and in particular the Entrance area, for not only the communities benefit, but to develope a unique planning strategy to generate tourism with international visitors.

 

The proposal was unanimously encouraged by local government bodies and well percieved within the community.

One day we may all see this unique development come to fruition!

BOARDING HOUSE

Client: Shopbox Pty Ltd

Proposed Location: Wyong, NSW

Building area: 2418m²

Site area: 12000m²

EDH Group was commisioned to undertake site investigations and provide a strategic affordable housing proposal that considered a life-cycle process through sustainable initiatives.

The proposal was a strategic vision for the central coast and in particular the Wyong area for not only the community's benefit, but to develop a unique eco-friendly and sustainable vision that assessed appropriate life-cycle attributes.

The proposal was encourage by local government bodies and well percieved within the community region.