Homecorp project build developments

Homecorp Adding Value To People’s Lives

Homecorp develop spaces that inspire and empower because we believe everyone deserves a home that enriches their well-being.

At Homecorp, adding value to people’s lives happens on several levels but, first and foremost, we seek to develop inspiring communities and homes that deliver for owners today as well as owners of tomorrow.

Green Star Ratings

A Green Star is the trusted mark of quality for the design, construction and operation of sustainable buildings. But what are its benefits?

Improved ventilation, including other indoor environmental standards, and low-toxic materials are the health-giving qualities. 

Green Star-certified buildings use 66 per cent less electricity and produce 62 per cent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than the average building. They also use 51 per cent less potable water than average buildings and recycle 96 per cent of their waste (compared with 58 per cent for the average new construction project). 

Homecorp has a range of designs with a minimum 7 Green Star Rating.

Since our inception in 2004, we have continuously raised the bar, expanding our footprint from prestigious home construction in Queensland to becoming one of Australia’s most respected builders and property developers.

Our journey of excellence began in Queensland and is continuing to reach new heights through key urban and regional developments from the Capricorn Coast to Adelaide.

A good home design considers all aspects of the site and building – orientation, site features, thermal performance, floor plan, materials, finishes, technologies, appliances, and landscape.

Site analysis

Our team conduct a ‘SWOT’ analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) for all our estates as well as the individual lots. This ensures our designs consider the local environment and specific attributes of the site.

Our site analysis considers things like:

  • local climate (including the climate in your region and the site’s ‘microclimate’)
  • orientation
  • solar access
  • prevailing seasonal winds
  • views
  • overshadowing by landforms, trees and existing buildings (site survey)
  • slope (site survey)
  • soil type (geotechnical report)
  • stormwater drainage
  • access and transport
  • services (power, gas, phone, internet, water, sewer)

If you would like to know more about house and land opportunities with Homecorp or doing business with us, please get in touch with our team today.