GPT Group

The Project

High density residential apartment sites. This has so far included seven key buildings – two of which are sleeving GPT’s existing retail asset, three within the Northern Precinct of the Town Centre, and two sitting above the proposed retail expansion.


This work entailed full project management services, along with some development management support functions, including:

  • Initial review and analysis of highest and best use of the site (for the sites sleeving the existing retail asset)
  • Initial financial feasibility, including setting budgets for design, construction, authority fees, sales/marketing, finance and holding costs
  • Project definition documents such as Project Brief, Stakeholder Engagement Framework, communications plan and the like
  • Procurement/appointment of consultant team, management of consultant budget and administration of agreements/invoices etc
  • Preparation and management of Statutory and services Authority approvals
  • Design Management including optioneering and associated cost/benefit analyses with consideration
  • Risk and opportunities management
  • Management of project program & budget
  • Analysis of impacts on existing assets/infrastructure
  • Coordination of subdivision, titling strategy and complex easements structures where required to provide parking for the apartments via existing retail areas and to protect GPT’s interests in all regards interface with adjacent land uses/owners
  • Preparation of tender documentation for enabling works required by GPT to facilitate the sale of the sites sleeving its retail asset – including works to mechanical, electrical, comms and hydraulic services and carpark infrastructure
  • Coordination of the sales campaign for 2 key sleeve sites, including agent appointment, collateral, sale contract (including coordination of internal and external legal teams), communications with prospective purchasers to respond to queries/information requests
  • Ongoing communications with the ultimate purchaser of the sleeve sites to continue coordination between the two sites