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Significantly, Infinity Park is the first and only development in Norwest to offer purchasers this game-changing insurance, giving the ultimate peace of mind to apartment purchasers.

Recently introduced in Australia by Resilience Insurance, LDI provides property owners with a 10-year warranty post building completion. It’s been identified by the NSW Building Commissioner, David Chandler as an essential “must-have” for property developers that insures property owners against structural defects for 10 years post building completion.

Consumers have the ability to claim the costs of significant defect rectification directly with the insurer. It also covers the cost of rehousing residents during defect rectification, should it be required.

The insurance positions property developers as ‘market leading’ and following best practice, aimed at giving greater certainty and confidence to off the plan apartment purchasers and a tick of approval that the developer is safeguarding the interests of its future purchasers.

LDI must be taken out by either the developer or builder before construction starts, as the insurance effectively follows the whole project lifecycle and includes a complete examination of plans, specifications and other documentation, as well as monthly audits by independent technical inspectors through to certification of Practical Completion.

Once the 10-year warranty period expires, the strata corporation can transition to new insurance policies to protect their apartment buildings. This is expected to be at a lower premium than would otherwise be charged.

Haitchin’s General Manager Robert Tasveski said Latent Defects Insurance provides peace of mind and reassurance to off the plan purchasers at Infinity Park, knowing that they have a 10 Year warranty against any structural defects.

“Latent Defects Insurance is intended to prevent the occurrence of structural defects in the first place. Just like car or private health insurance, you hope you never need to use it but if you do, you’re happy you have it,” he said.

“Importantly, its only offered to developers and builders deemed trustworthy by the insurer, Resilience Insurance. In order to receive the insurance, Infinity Park must pass rigorous and regular assessments by independent technical inspectors that ensure the quality of the construction is upheld.

“With the monthly inspections, if they find something that needs fixing, it needs to be rectified before the project proceeds to the next step.”

NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler said, “the introduction of Latent Defects Insurance is the latest reform to the building and construction industry which will improve the design and construction of apartment buildings in NSW.

“These reforms have come about due to the united commitment of government and industry to transform the NSW construction sector.

“NSW is now in the position of being a national leader in offering an insurance product of this type for Class 2 buildings because of the three years of conscious effort and commitment by Government and industry to the journey we have been on under Construct NSW.

“We’re looking to clean up the market and bring an end to expensive litigations against developers who have deep pockets or subsequently vanish into thin air.”

When completed in mid-2025, Infinity Park will comprise 290 apartments across three residential buildings. The project consists of a 25-storey tower, Marque, along with two five-storey low rise buildings, marketed as Alpha and Omega, comprising the most premium two- and three-bedroom apartments in the precinct.

A seven-storey commercial tower, Infinity Commercial, is situated opposite the residential buildings and comprises 95 strata commercial suites including a 193sqm signature rooftop fine-dining restaurant by acclaimed hatted chef, Joshua Mason.

Situated on the most elevated point of Norwest, Infinity Park will offer The Hills District’s finest elevated panoramic views and featuring extensive lush tropical landscaping, it will be Norwest’s greenest residential community, centred by a tropical lagoon-style swimming pool – the largest in Norwest.

Stunningly designed by Turner, Infinity Park will become one of Norwest most sought-after residential addresses and offers a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments priced from $630,000.

Haitchin has partnered with construction company, CJCA to deliver the project. Independent specialist, Construction Consultants Pty Ltd will oversee the construction process, managed by Director, Michael Dakhoul to ensure the project is delivered to the highest construction standards.

CJCA General Manager John Yuan said our team has a depth of experience and expertise that will ensure the Infinity Park precinct is delivered to an exceptional standard, realizing the bold vision of the architects, Turner, particularly the refined interiors.

CJCA has a strong track record in delivering high-rise residential developments having delivered a portfolio of residential projects in Sydney.

For enquiries or to register interest at Infinity Park, please visit www.infinitypark.com.au or call PRD Norwest on 0455 120 777.

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