Social value is about perpetuating and developing local cultures and building communities. At Sekisui House, we achieve this in the masterplanning design process through considered preservation of existing established trees, careful placement of parks, walkways and cycleways to encourage resident interaction, and creation of community events to bring people together
Environmental value is about preserving natural ecosystems and reducing the development’s impact on the environment. Some ways we achieve this is by integrating walkways and cycleways into our developments to reduce the need for vehicle transport, implementing the Five Tree Project to promote indigenous flora, and reduction of cut fill waste through conservation of natural topography.
Economic value is centred on maintaining and enhancing the value of the homes and communities, revitalising local economies and consideration of the long term infrastructure needs of the communities in which we build.
Residential value considers long term comfort and security of dwellers, applying Universal Design Principles, community health and fitness considerations, and offering diverse housing types and amenities to cater to different generational and lifestyle needs.