Hot Water, Cold Water, Gas, Electricals, Communication, Broadband, Intercom and more…

Hot and Cold water pipes joined together ready for pressure testing. Once testing is completed, a device called a 'Tempering Valve' allows Cold water into the Hot Water pipes to ensure that the hot water cannot burn anyone.
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It is not very often you get to see inside the walls of a building. By the time you move into your Linden Apartment, the walls are up and freshly painted, but behind the scenes is an absolute maze of cables, pipework, fibre optics and more.

Here you can clearly see the Hot Water, Cold Water and gas neatly installed and heading into the apartments from the services riser. And snaked in between all of this is the fire systems cables, broadband network conduit, building intercom cables and some electrical.

Advances in technology have allowed for faster install, safer and improved products. Like the water pipes. No longer are you required to bend copper, put in complex joins that require a naked flame to join them. And don’t forget the cost of copper these days!

We are extremely happy with the quality these trades are displaying on site at The Linden Sutherland.

Introducing The Linden Funder – Alceon

The Linden construction is fully funded by our Finance Partner Alceon.

Alceon is a specialist advisory, investment and capital solutions partnership, with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

Alceon are a high-calibre team of experienced financial advisory and investment executives.  Managing Director, Trevor Loewensohn is one of Australia’s leading investment bankers, with over 30 years experience.

Their business is founded on the core values of teamwork, integrity, excellence and creativity.

Their mission is the success and prosperity of all our stakeholders.

Development Finance – Partnering and project criteria

  • Strong development team and track record
  • Sound real estate fundamentals
  • Project equity and/or mezzanine requirement of at least $5m
  • Project timeframe preferably less than 4 years
  • Project risks well mitigated (DA, presales, construction cost)
  • All sectors

Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link

The Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link (SCATL) is a pedestrian and bicycle path between Sutherland and Cronulla to help make walking and bike riding a more convenient, safer and enjoyable transport option.

Key benefits

  • Connection to key destinations such as transport interchanges, schools, residential areas and business precincts
  • Significant environmental and health benefits, encouraging people to walk or cycle in the area for fun or exercise
  • Provides a practical alternative to the car for short trips will reduce local traffic congestion

Project status

Construction is underway on the first stage between Sutherland and Kirrawee. Stage 1 will be open in sections as each area is completed with bike riders and pedestrians able to use all of Stage 1 by early 2020.

Introducing The Linden Builder – Devakon

If you have been passed The Linden Construction Site, you will have noticed a huge amount of progress in the last few months. The building has reached its highest point and the internal fit-out has commenced.

This is all thanks to our nominated builder Devakon. The onsite Devekon team including contracts administrator, site supervisor and subbies have a vast amount of experience between them.

Here are a few of the projects they are working on and some they have completed.

The Linden Back On Track

Sutherland apartments development ‘progressing well’ after earlier problems

Quantum Group managing director Peter Gribble said a new builder, Devakon, had completed the structure and started internal building of the units.

Mr Gribble said it was expected the project would be completed in the first half of next year, “three to four months” behind the original schedule.

The development, in Linden Street, comprises 62 units over six levels in two blocks.

Read Full Story Here – https://www.theleader.com.au/story/6087758/the-linden-back-on-track/

Beautiful views over Sutherland to the Royal National Park.

Internal fit-out commences at The Linden, Sutherland. It’s a race between the towers!

The internal fit-out of the Linden has now commenced, This includes the stud walls, inter tenancy walls, electrical and hydraulic rough-in and more. The ducted air conditioning systems and mechanical ventilation installation are also well underway. We will soon start to see the ceiling and walls sheeted in Gyprock in the next week or so.

The race is on to see which Tower will complete first!

Australia’s housing market is suddenly heating up again

After a two-year slide, Australian house prices look to have bottomed out, sending buyers flocking back to the market.

Case in point: An auction for a four-bedroom house in the Sydney suburb of Ryde on Saturday attracted about 100 people. Spirited bidding pushed offers A$226,000 above the reserve price, before it finally sold for almost A$1.5 million ($1 million) — a buzz last seen during the boom years.

“A lot more people now are getting concerned that things are going to go up in the next six to 12 months so they’re trying to buy now,” said real estate agent Phil Allison, who handled the sale. As recently as six months ago, it was difficult to elicit a single bid at an auction for a house just around the corner, he said.

Read Full Article Here.

Australia’s Housing Market Is Suddenly Heating Up Again
By Sybilla Gross
August 8, 2019, 5:00 AM GMT+10 Updated on August 8, 2019, 12:01 PM GMT+10

Post election confidence good property market

The re-election of the Coalition Government will likely see a return in confidence to the Sydney housing market, local developer Peter Gribble says. 

Mr Gribble is an economist and the Managing Director of Quantum Group, a property development firm that has undertaken a number of projects within the Shire, including The Linden, which is currently under construction and The Adelong, which is settled and owners have moved in.

Mr Gribble believes the back to back elections caused some hesitation in the market, due to a lack of certainty around future policy.

Labor went to the federal election spruiking reforms to negative gearing in an attempt to address “housing affordability”. This led to significant reduction in enquiries.

However, with the election now behind us and the next three years of policy locked in, he believes investors and first home buyers will likely return to the market.

“My incling is that there is a big sigh of relief that we’re going to retain the current government because there’s a lot more certainty in the policies…” he explained.

“Changes to negative gearing has always been a problematic proposal. When Paul Keating first raised the idea it created a lack of confidence in the markets,” he continued.

“People stopped investing, which caused a reduction in building and rents went up as a result. So, I think retaining that policy is a recognised position to increase housing stock.”

Mr Gribble said there currently wasn’t an oversupply of new apartments in the Sydney market. In fact, in a lot of suburbs, close to 90 per cent of new apartments are being sold off the plan. This is leading to a shortage in the market itself.

However, the return of consumer confidence in the second half of 2019 will likely lead more developers to add projects to their books.

While, Mr Gribble believes the retention of the Coalition Government is a net positive for the market, he believed more reforms are needed to really address the housing affordability issue without negatively impacting upon equity.

The best way to do this, he believes, is by scrapping legislation which mandates banks set their loan serviceability rates 7.2 per cent, double the current interest rate.

The point of the policy is to stop people from getting loans while interest rates are low and then not being able to pay them back if they rise.

However, Mr Gribble points out, interest rates would need to go up more than 18 times to hit the current serviceability rate. He believes that is too high.

“People can’t borrow as much because of that disparity and I think that is something that needs to be addressed urgently,” he said.

For enquiries about The Linden call Andrew on 0410 681 773.