ATA Melbourne branch event - Site visit to EcoLiv Wonthaggi and the Cape Project Cape PattersonApril 23, 2017 at 10:00 am
Visit 1: EcoLiv Prefabricated Modular Buildings
When: Sunday 23 April, 11:00am on site.
Where: 332 White Road Wonthaggi
Visit 2: The Cape Project Eco-Development
Presenter: Brendan Condon
When: Sunday 23 April 12.30pm for lunch, or 2:00pm on site.
Where: Cape Tavern, Cape Patterson, or corner of Wilson Road and Seaward Drive Cape Paterson
Cost: Free. (A gold coin donation would be appreciated to offset costs.)
It is necessary to RSVP for these events. Please RSVP using the form here.
If you can offer space for carpooling or need a lift, please email Rob Gardner at email@example.com
EcoLiv supply Modular prefabricated homes to a 7 star thermal performance rating. They have a display site at 332 White Road Wonthaggi, and have agreed to open up and show us around. They have a variety of designs and have won numerous awards for their projects. More information at https://ecoliv.com.au/ Map at https://ecoliv.com.au/contact-ecoliv
The Cape Project is situated on a large block of land on the edge of Cape Patterson in Gippsland about an hour and 40 minutes from Melbourne. It is going to be one of the most sustainable developments in Australia, with sustainable energy efficient housing with solar power, food gardens, rainwater collection and protection of natural habitat between the development and the sea, where there is a nice beach. Electric vehicles will be catered for with charging points
We will be able to visit a variety of houses all, 7.5 star or above, with innovative designs by architects including Small Giants, Archiblox, Martin Builders and TS Constructions.
You can come for lunch at the Cape Tavern, at 12.30pm (note that question on the RSVP form) or 2:00pm at the office corner of Wilson Road and Seaward Drive Cape Paterson.
More info on the Cape Project available here.
Please feel free to invite friends and colleagues - our meetings are open to ATA members and guests. We look forward to seeing you there!
Peter Wonfor and the committee,