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The largest buildings at White Gum Valley will be four-storey apartment blocks.

White Gum Valley's new infill model

LandCorp has unveiled its latest residential project, at the former Kim Beazley school site in White Gum Valley, with the development expected to become a model for future urban infill and sustainable building.

Lands Minister Terry Redman was on hand with LandCorp chief executive Frank Marra today to launch the project, which will provide homes for 150 people on a two-hectare site bordered by Stevens Street, Nannine Avenue, Hope Street and Yalgoo Avenue, opposite the Fremantle Public Golf Course.

A large focus of the development has been on water, energy and climate-sensitive design, resulting in the project being the first in Western Australia to achieve endorsement from international environmental group One Planet Living.

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