We are proud of the work we do
Insite has a strong reputation in the industry, and as such we only take on projects we believe in. This means we have a high approvals rate, and are always proud of the developments we have had a hand in. Here is a selection.
In 2016, Insite lodged an application for the small luxury hotel chain Spicers Retreats. They had purchased a property in Pokolbin formerly known as Peppers Guest House, and wanted to lodge a development application to allow them to refurbish and upgrade the existing estate (both buildings and landscaping) to reposition the resort in line with the Spicers brand and their 5-star customer experience standards.
We worked with their architect and assembled a team of professionals such as Civil Engineers, Bushfire Consultants, Hydraulic Engineers, and Landscape Architects. The project was approved, and Spicers Guesthouse as open to the public in 2018.
In 2017, Insite lodged a development application to allow for the construction of a Tavern in the new Huntlee Town Centre. This building would be the first commercial building approved in the precinct, and would need to comply with the Huntlee Town Centre Design Guidelines.
We worked with their architect and assembled a team of professionals such as Hydraulic Engineers, Traffic Engineers, Bushfire Consultants and Social Planners. The project was approved and it is currently under construction.
In 2013, Insite lodged a development application to allow for the refurbishment and redevelopment of Cessnock's abandoned Ambulance Station, built in the 1950s. The proposal was to turn the building into a retail precinct with stores and cafes.
We worked with their architect and assembled a team of professionals such as Social Planners, and Traffic Engineers. The project was approved in 2013 and forms a key piece of the retail space in Cessnock township.
Lovedale Long Lunch
In 2016, Insite lodged a development application for the Lovedale Long Lunch event to be held in perpetuity, as their current approval was running out. These event encompasses seven wineries and is held over two days on the third weekend in May.
We worked with each winery, and state based organisations such as the RMS and the NSW police, and assembled a team of professionals such as Traffic Engineers,Security Consultants and Social Planners. The project was approved and it has continued to be held each year.