Known as East Village at Knutsford, this 1.5 hectare land parcel bounded by Montreal Street, Blinco Street, Knutsford Street and Wood Street will be Fremantle’s most sustainable new development. Featuring the latest blockchain technology this precinct will deliver energy and water savings, renewable energy revenues and a range of homes with adaptable spaces for home offices.
Other features will include electric vehicle fast charging, solar panels and battery storage, provision for an electric vehicle car share scheme, waterwise homes and private and public gardens. East Village at Knutsford will deliver Australia’s first blockchain ready homes, with new residents participating in leading trials of this new technology providing the opportunity for residents to access 100% renewable energy.
LandCorp commenced development of this precinct in 2018 with civil works expected to be completed by August 2019.
Comprising over 8.3 hectares of development ready vacant land, the Swanbourne Street Precinct is bounded by Swanbourne Street, Knutsford Street, Amherst Street and Stevens Reserve. The precinct will be transformed into a high quality residential development that will feature a diverse range of building types to address the changing needs of a growing population and include substantial new public open space along Swanbourne Street that responds to the City of Fremantle's Green Plan.
The Swanbourne Street Local Structure Plan was approved in late 2015 and can be downloaded from the City of Fremantle website. Alternatively to view the display boards from the information session click here.
The Swanbourne Street Precinct will be released for sale by Expression of Interest in late 2020 to attract a master developer.
East Village at Knutsford is part of the exciting citizen led 'Fremantle Industrial Arts Quarter' consultation initiative which aims to promote the unique warehouse culture, sustainable development and land uses, innovation and creativity that makes this area one of the most fascinating in Perth. Click here to watch a video to learn more.