EnviroDevelopment is a scientifically-based assessment scheme that independently reviews development projects and awards certification to those that achieve outstanding performance across four or more of certain elements – Ecosystems, Waste, Energy, Materials, Water and Community.
Categories of EnviroDevelopment
Developers must achieve the targets of 4 or more of the below categories in order to be eligible for certification. Read more about the categories here.
Considers use of water efficiency mechanisms, education initiatives & source substitution.
Considers use of recycled, reused, renewable, locally sourced, non-toxic materials.
Includes consideration of landform, flora, fauna and aquatic ecosystems.
Considers demolition or land clearing phases, and construction and post construction phases.
Considers a reduction of greenhouse gases through energy efficiency, passive design features and behavior change.
Considers ongoing community governance, engagement, community consultations, transport solutions, local facilities, safety and accessibility.
EnviroDevelopment Certification Process
Expression of Interest
EnviroDevelopment then determines whether the project is eligible for certification, and in what elements (Ecosystems, Waste, Energy, Materials, Water and/or Community)
Ongoing Annual Certification
What does an EnviroDevelopment Certification mean to Clarence Property?
Developers who participate in EnviroDevelopment certifications receive a range of benefits, such as:
- Potential eligibility for incentives and rebates throughout the development process.
- Industry recognition for our commitment to sustainable developments.
- The ability to achieve sustainable development outcomes without substantial financial disadvantage.
Still want to know more?
To read more about EnviroDevelopment, click here – EnviroDevelopment Explained – EnviroDevelopment
To read more about the EnviroDevelopment Certification Process click here – Certify your project – EnviroDevelopment
To read more about the EnviroDevelopment elements (or categories), click here – EnviroDevelopment Elements – EnviroDevelopment