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Wellness and Sustainability

Sustainability and wellness are embedded into Lot Fourteen’s culture and environment.

World-Leading Redevelopment

Lot Fourteen is acknowledged as a world-leading urban redevelopment and one of the most sustainable precincts in the nation by the Green Building Council of Australia. We achieved a 6 Star Green Star Communities rating under the internationally recognised Green Star rating system.

The Startup Hub has been recognised in the Royal Australian Institute of Architects’ SA Architecture Awards 2020, winning the Award for Sustainable Architecture and a commendation for Heritage Architecture for architects JPE Design Studio.

Progressive urban design principles will see 70 percent of the 7-hectare precinct returned to public space and 50 percent will be planted and landscaped to provide exciting, relaxing outdoor areas for the public to enjoy.

Workplace Wellness

Lot Fourteen is also taking the lead for wellness in the workplace as the first precertified WELL Communities Project in Australia.

To achieve this we are developing more thoughtful and intentional spaces that enhance human health and wellbeing. 

The international WELL Building StandardTM covers:

  1. Indoor air quality

  2. Fresh water access

  3. Nourishing and healthy food

  4. Exposure to natural light

  5. Physical activity

  6. Thermal comfort

  7. Acoustics

  8. Healthy building materials

  9. Emotional wellbeing

  10. Community amenities

future urban mixed-use development

Lot Fourteen marks a great leap in sustainable development and construction in Australia. Not only does it feature innovations in potable water use, waste and energy, it also creates a community where there is easy access to transport, education and jobs. This is a model for future urban mixed-use developments across Australia.
Davina Rooney
Chief Executive, Green Building Council of Australia


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