When Barney Oros joined HPG Australia as development director in 2015, he brought with him many years of experience across a range of residential development building types and a sensitivity to precinct planning in urban areas.
A team of architects, landscape architects and interior designers has won an invited competition for the design for a $700 million residential development on a former industrial site surrounded by the 44-hectare Sydney Park in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria.
HPG Australia has selected the winning design team for its $700 million mixed-used development in Alexandria.
Nature-heavy and deeply Australian: winning designs revealed for One Sydney Park
We are soon to launch the amazing new ONE SYDNEY PARK!
Early registrations to ensure a place to consider purchasing in Sydney’s newest design-led precinct, visit www.onesydneypark.com.au
Hailiang Education celebrated its second anniversary of listing on NASDAQ, recognised by a sign which illuminated Times Square New York City! With over 60,000 students in both Local and International Independent School environments, Hailiang is at the cutting edge of innovation and opportunity of education services.
Hailiang Education Group in Zhuji recently hosted a group of University of Sydney MBA students who have been undertaking a study of International Education services as part of their MBA studies. Following their site visit, the Chairman of Hailiang met with Professor Hans Hendrischke of the USYD China Studies Centre. This is the second time that Hailiang has welcomed a visiting study group of USYD MBA students.
We are delighted to announce the commencement of the One Sydney Park Design Competition!
We wish all competitors good luck … and eagerly await an awesome design outcome for this unique site.More ..
In September 2016 an idea was hatched; that HPG Australia would make its disused site in Alexandria available to the Sydney Fringe Festival to house their business activities and provide a 7,000sqm warehouse for the 2017 Festival Program, conveniently located in Sydney’s Arts & Culture Inner West.Read More
Managing Director of HPG Australia, Dr Adrian Liu has been invited to join the Property Council NSW Residential Committee. This provides a professional and well-respected platform in which to foster ideas and planning to help redress Sydney’s housing scenario and will draw on Dr Liu’s extensive knowledge into best practice urban planning gained from his experiences in the United Kingdom, Australia and China.
HPG Australia will soon offer a unique development, unparalleled in Sydney’s Inner West!
REGISTER NOW at www.sydneyparklife.com.au.
HPG Australia (HPG) has received Development Application (DA) approval for its landmark and yet to be named, mixed-use development, located at 205-225 Euston Road in Alexandria.READ MORE
HPG are delighted to join the Property Council of Australia to add to the discussions around the future planning and p9licymaking impacting our cities.
To further cement our relationship with Sydney Fringe Festival, we are honoured to have been appointed a Principal Partner of this wonderful cultural festival. Sitting alongside the City of Sydney in this honour, we are dedicated to being part of an amazing festival in 2017.
HPG are delighted to provide unconditional support both financially and in the provision of an enormous warehouse space at their site in Alexandria.
HPG’s Managing Director, Dr Adrian Liu, said the Sydney Fringe Festival was a natural fit for HPG as it embodies and embraces the very principles which the company will be delivering at its vibrant new precinct at Sydney Park.Read More
Dr Adrian Liu, Managing Director of HPG Australia was recently invited to join the Planning & Development Committee of the UDIA; its first meeting included a private session with the Rt Hon Andrew Constance, NSW Minister for Transport & Infrastructure.
HPG will create new a destination for Sydney when it launches its innovative design competition. A select group of world-renowned architects will compete for the chance to create a new vision for HPG’s development site within Sydney Park. HPG will take an idealistic approach to the competition, letting the lush green location drive the outcome and working with inspiring placemakers to realise an inspiring and utterly unique development.
Four Australian MBA graduates visited Hailiang’s China operations in August as part of a new initiative to improve Australian Sino business relations. The University of Sydney graduates were hosted by Hailiang to observe its extensive Chinese concerns before advising internationals on how to adapt to the Australian way of doing business. The students presented a report to Hailiang at the end of 2016 that identified key drivers for growing its business in Australia, and strengthening Australian Sino ties.
Sydney Fringe Festival has a new home in the 7,000 square metre former Fedex warehouse at Sydney Park, which the festival has moved into as its temporary headquarters and to use as a popup performance venue thanks to an offer from HPG Australia. “I can’t describe how amazing this opportunity is to the independent arts community,” says Sydney Fringe Festival director Kerri Glasscock.
Ten thousand people took part in the MS Sydney to the Gong Ride on November 6, which raised $2.5 million to support Australians living with multiple sclerosis. The largest recreational bike ride in the Southern Hemisphere has raised more than $35 million for MS sufferers since it began 35 years ago, and in 2016 HPG Australia made a $4000 donation to the cause in line with its principles of fostering social responsibility and well-being.READ MORE
In 2015 Hailiang Group established a new project titled “Hailiang – Eagles Fly” under which Hailiang has assumed responsibility for 100 orphans from around China. These children will be nurtured by Hailiang with all costs covered by the group until they reach graduation from a range of universities.READ MORE