New South Wales

Project Value

$1 billion


2,670,000 sqm


Planning Proposal

Project Services

Site Acquisition, Master Planning, Planning Proposal, Development Management, Town Planning


The Captcha Property Group, strategically acquired 267ha along the Mitchell Highway; located on the fringe of the existing township of Orange. With the land currently zoned RU1 under the Orange Local Environmental Plan 2011, Captcha Group has partnered Allera to manage the rezoning of the land for the future development of a carefully designed masterplanned community.

To accommodate the rezoning, Allera has established a team to lead the preparation and lodgement of a Planning Proposal, with industry-renowned Urban Designer Hatch Roberts Day and the local team at GHD to produce the overall vision and Urban Design of the project.

Allera’s scope also extends to all planning-related matters, achieved through the in-house Allera Planning team which has commenced with a detailed response and submission to Council’s draft Local Housing Strategy submitted in early 2022.

With an end value in excess of $1BN, the proposed masterplanned community will provide over 2,000 lots, with varying lot and housing typologies, including eventual medium-density-style product in and around a proposed neighbourhood centre. To provide further amenity for the future community, the masterplan will also include schools’ infrastructure and seniors living, as well as sporting fields, parks and generous open space provisions to ensure the proposed development is respectful of the existing regional fabric of Orange.

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