For us, urban planning is not about how many homes we can fit on a site, but how much life we can inspire. With Jindee, we’re creating a place that draws people out of their homes and into a wonderfully easy-going coastal community.
So what makes Jindee, Jindee?
Simple really. The streets are designed to slow traffic, encouraging people to get out and walk. Many streets in Jindee have been designed with rear garages to avoid dangerous crossovers, allowing pedestrians, cyclists and parents to feel more comfortable and enabling kids to scoot, ride, skate and play more safely. Rear laneways have been reinvented at Jindee with landscaping and more space than those in typical estates. Cars and garages will be tucked out of sight and welcoming streetscape environments invite people to get out and be part of their neighbourhood.
A leafy suburb
One of the appealing features of many of Perth’s older suburbs are the beautiful leafy trees that line the streets. Our rear garaging allows us to emulate this. With no crossovers there is more space for trees, and Jindee will feature around three times more street trees than you’d find in a typical new development. The species have been carefully selected to ensure real shade, so in time you will be walking down to the beach under the canopies of trees such as Tipuana Tipus and Figs.
Jindee will be beautiful. Jindee is not just about achieving a good outcome or a workable place for people to live but what will look good and be interesting has played a big part in the design. No one else does this. We have lost the art of beauty in our subdivision design.
Julie Harrold, Jindee Town Architect
Our Architectural Standards will ensure your beautiful home doesn’t end up next to something, well, not so beautiful. The standards will maintain the balance between personal expression and street harmony. By ensuring streetscapes of a consistent high quality and complementary architectural design, we’re protecting your investment. It’s all about ensuring there is no “worst house in the best street”.
Small parks and open areas will break-up streets and homes, bring light and space into the neighbourhood and provide places to relax and revive.
We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch – we are going back from whence we came.
John F. Kennedy
Soon you’ll be able to walk down one of our quiet streets or pathways where Jindee’s seaside village will be built very close to the ocean. When you do, you’ll notice how the village and beach connect in a way that’s reminiscent of iconic WA coastal favourites like Rottnest, Cottesloe and Fremantle.
Your day is probably a mixture of business, shopping, family, relaxation and recreation. So we’ve planned Jindee to complement your lifestyle, with mixed-use spaces putting everything you need within reach: Schools, cafes, shops, parks, markets… and of course miles and miles of coastline.
Ready and waiting
There’s a lot that’s coming to Jindee and a lot more that’s already here. There are 4 primary and 2 high schools close by, as well as a Coles, Aldi, Dome and Dan Murphy’s within a short drive. Public transport? Done. Butler Train Station is just 3 minutes down the road. From Stage 1 you are positioned so close to it all, less than 1 kilometre to either the beach or the train station.