Education and Health are two of the biggest sectors in our economy, so its not surprising that over the years TPG has been involved in a range of strategic projects for both the government and private sectors.
We understand that the spatial needs of these essential community services often require planning decades in advance of actual site development. To this end, TPG has led the structure planning processes for the Rockingham, Kalamunda and Bethesda hospital sites. Each of these plans has been designed to ensure that redevelopment and adaption of the site over time is in accord with the surrounding community's expectations, as well as meeting the needs of the hospitals themselves.
Similar issues surround the growth and change in our major education facilities. Whether it be for major senior schools such as Hale School, Perth College, Beehive Montessori or Scotch College, TPG has been at the forefront in resolving boundary issues, as well as the challenges of rezoning and managing stakeholder concerns as these institutions expand and intensify.
TPG has also been working with both Curtin University and Challenger (TAFE) to prepare Campus Activation Plans. The primary aim of these strategies is to ensure that, over time, the campuses develop in a way that is engaging and interesting for the staff and students, and extends the life of these precincts beyond the traditional learning timetables into the evenings, weekends and holiday periods.