Stockland will be showcasing the latest technology that can help save money on energy bills at Willowdale Community Place at Denham Court on Sunday, 15 September, to celebrate Sustainable House Day.
Check out of one of the most sustainable display homes ever built in Australia between 10am and 2pm.
You can expect a wealth of practical advice for sustainable living from Brenton Hoskins-Murphy of Atmos1. Brenton’s goal is to help people create secure, affordable homes through reducing the energy consumed in keeping our homes comfortable.
Learn the practical and simple solutions to solve your building problems. Brenton is a nationally registered assessor with access to sophisticated modelling tools to help you develop a detailed cost/benefit analysis.
Willowdale is delighted to be celebrating Sustainable House Day for the fourth year with plenty of helpful advice to make significant cost savings on energy and water, and minimise waste.
Willowdale Community Place has been designed as a community hub and display house which sets a benchmark for sustainable living, showcasing energy-saving inclusions that maximise warmth in winter and minimise the impact of the sun’s heat in summer.
The day will be invaluable for anyone building or renovating, and will highlight a range of energy-saving features that can be included in new homes so that residents can start saving on bills as soon as they move in.
Willowdale Community Place, at 693 Jamboree Avenue, is designed as an 8-Star house under the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme and also showcases best-practice sustainable living.
The house has achieved Liveable Housing Australia Silver Accreditation, which means it has been designed to cater to families of all ages and abilities. It is accessible to all – parents with prams or small children as well as people in wheelchairs or with mobility impairment.
Launched in 2013, Willowdale is already home to more than 2,000 families and features include innovative townhomes, completed homes, retirement living, a community centre, sports facilities and a future primary school and Goodstart Early Learning childcare.
The community is ideally located 15 kilometres from Liverpool, is close to major road links such as the M5 and M7 motorways, allows easy access to Parramatta and Sydney Airport, and is a short, five-minute drive to the new Leppington Train Station.
Visit https://sustainablehouseday.com/ for more information.