Statutory & Service Authority Approvals
Road and drainage design
Water & sewer design
Winten Property Group appointed Monteath & Powys as a trusted advisor and delivery partner for their aspirational project at Cliftleigh Meadows. This master-planned residential development is a Torrens titled subdivision consisting of around 1000 residential lots including parklands, playgrounds and sports fields located just off the Hunter Expressway at Cliftleigh and situated in a strategic location that services both Maitland, Newcastle, and the Hunter Valley.
Monteath & Powys has been the lead consultant on the project since it’s very early stages providing surveying, planning and project management services for the initial Planning Proposal, Development Application and VPA negotiations between the Client and Council, through Section 4.55 modifications, to construction delivery and registration.
Various critical issues presented and successfully managed throughout the project relating to mine subsidence sinkholes, acid sulphate soils and contaminated waste, the rehabilitation of ecologically sensitive Testers Hollow Wetland, European heritage associated with old remnant mine workings, Aboriginal heritage, and VPA requirements including local and regional parks.
Twelve of sixteen stages and approximately 850 lots have been delivered to date, with Monteath & Powys managing the whole process including:
- Engineering design.
- All utility service approvals.
- Construction Certificate approvals.
- Water and sewer design and approvals for Hunter Water Corporation.
- Prepare and manage the civil construction tender processes.
- Engagement of principal contractors.
- AS4000 contract administration.
- Obtaining subdivision certificates from Cessnock City Council.
- Preparation of all plans of subdivision for registration with NSW Land Registry Service (LRS).
- A signalised intersection under an RMS Work Authorisation Deed and two U-turn bays under an RMS Works-in-Kind Deed.
- 2 new waste-water pump stations.
- Upgrade of an existing waste-water pump station.
- 2.5km sewer rising main under-boring the Hunter Expressway to Kurri Kurri Treatment Works.