Berkeley Homes purchased the 5 acre City Forum site in 2012. It currently houses a business park built in the 1980s, but it benefits from a planning consent for circa 720 residential units (of which 30% are affordable), 11,000sqm of office space (mostly at basement level), 4,500sqm of retail and restaurant space, a 125 room hotel and extensive new public realm. The proposals also included a 27 story residential tower.

Whitecode have been involved with this project from planning stages and going forward attend fortnightly Design Team Meetings with the Client, Architect and Design Team to look at and execute changes to the Energy Services Strategy for this development. Whitecode are also undertaking full Mechanical and Electrical Services on this project.


  • Mechanical Design
  • Electrical Design
  • Public Health Design
  • 3D Thermal Modelling
  • Statutory Authorities Negotiators
  • Inspection Team
  • Energy Strategy

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Nick Easton joined Whitecode in 2009 after an introduction to the industry with DSSR where his…

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