A locally based, family owned business which values long term partnerships

Whilst we develop projects stand alone, we also partner with landowners and other developers to bring projects to life. We know from experience that partnerships are built around the key fundamentals of integrity, loyalty, transparency, passion, enthusiasm, enjoyment and creation of mutual value.

As a locally based, family-owned business we value long term partnerships where our capital and / or expertise can de-risk and unlock projects, and ultimately maximise returns for all parties. This drive for mutual value creation has extended to numerous partnerships with landowners and within industry.

We pride ourself on the positive relationships that have been fostered over the years with project partners and landowners, and look forward to nurturing many more in the years to come.

Industry Partnerships

“Halcyon are recognised as Australia’s most awarded developer of over 50’s communities. We initially engaged LHPP in 2014 to augment internal resourcing at the acquisition, design and approvals phases of our projects.

Based on their performance and ability to add value we have integrated their development management services in the delivery of our communities, and they now also provide strategic advice and consultation on all of our projects.”

Paul Melville
Managing Director, Halcyon

Landowner Partnerships

Partnerships with landowners can take many forms, and we welcome discussion to determine exactly what you as the landowner want to achieve, so that we can tailor an appropriate solution. 

Most commonly, our partnerships with landowners comprise the landowner contributing the land, whilst we provide the capital and expertise to make the project happen. Our track record and relationships with the major banks provide us access to the cheapest possible funding solutions. By de-risking the project and unlocking value in the land, we can ultimately maximise returns for all parties.  

We can do this whilst limiting the landowner’s exposure to project risk. Reach out to discuss how.