Dyldam will breathe life back into this 7.996 ha Pendle Hill site – and in the process revitalise an Icon of Australia into a village community.
Bonds is a household name in Australia – the clothing giant had its origins on this site, dating back to 1923. Dyldam is looking to build a community while retaining that proud heritage.
The proposed re-zoning of Denier Park is comprised of residential apartments along with 6000sqm of commercial/retail space that will become home for enterprises such as start-up businesses and artists’ studios. Dyldam will pay respect to the history of the spinning mills by retaining historic features of the site and where possible, re-purposing these elements into the proposed retail design.
Denier Park’s welcoming ambience will be enhanced by 30,860sqm of open space. Dyldam’s vision includes the creation of one of Pendle Hill’s largest public parks. At over 5,000sqm, the park will be comparable in size to Binalong Park and will provide a green community hub.
Image: Preliminary Artist’s Impression