Rosehill Waters recognised as Waterwise Development
Rosehill Waters by Noahs Rosehill Waters Pty Ltd has become the latest to earn Water Corporation’s Waterwise Development endorsement.
Rosehill Waters, in South Guildford, has a strong focus on sustainability with residents expected to use significantly less water than the average household in Perth, through waterwise design, water-efficient appliances and alternative water sources. The Waterwise Development will offer new homeowners front landscaping packages that incorporate water saving design elements, such as hydrozoning and drought tolerant species of plants. It will also offer irrigation systems with rain sensors and controllers that can be adjusted seasonally to make sure water is not being wasted as well as water efficient fixtures and appliances inside homes.
The Waterwise Development Program, run in affiliation with the Urban Development Institute of Australia UDIA (WA Division), recognises the importance of designing homes and communities to be more water efficient.
Perth's persistent drying climate makes Waterwise Developments an important part of our water future, to ensure every drop of water is treated like the precious resource it is.
Rosehill Waters named Waterwise Development
Image above includes, Peter Burke, Director Noahs Rosehill Waters, Sue Murphy, CEO Water Corporation, Ting Lee, Director at Noahs Rosehill Waters, Sandra Klarich, General Manager Rosehill Waters, Mia Davies, Water Minister, Paul McQueen EnviroDevelopment WA Chairman.