Nicho TENG after moving from China to study in Adelaide chose to stay and build a business, Haneco Lighting in 2011.
Nicho has since taken on the role of Managing Director for property developer GREATON and is involved in a number of business and networking groups, including the AUSTRALIA CHINA BUSINESS COUNCIL and the Hong Kong Australia Business Association SA.
Among Greaton’s Partners is Builder CEEROSE … a company that has had issues raised concerning complaints of flooding and defective materials and workmanship!
GREATON has acquired 14 homes in St Leonards South …
–Lane Cove Council and the NSW Berejiklian Government have earmarked St Leonards South for major development due it being near St Leonards train station
-developers have bought most of the homes to take advantage of zoning changes
‘Homes are set to be a thing of the past’ … and so too the leafy suburb and its urban bushlands … which is how Australians liked their neighbourhoods, and who is this to benefit … apart from the developer?
St Leonards and Crows Nest have already undergone extensive redevelopment …
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Fourteen houses would be razed and 232 units built at St Leonards, in a neighbourhood where houses are set to be a thing of the past.
Developer Greaton has filed $114 million plans for its properties at 24 to 34 Berry Rd, 23 to 31 Holdsworth Ave and 42 to 46 River Rd, part of the area known as St Leonards south.
Lane Cove Council and the State Government have earmarked the area for major development due it being near St Leonards train station.
The neighbourhood mainly consists of houses. Developers have bought most of these to take advantage of zoning changes.
Greaton would demolish its houses and build two towers, according to plans lodged with the council.
One tower would face Holdsworth Ave and stand up to 10-storeys, while the other would face Berry Rd and stand up to nine-storeys.
Underground parking would be provided for 327 vehicles.
A four-storey street wall would face River Rd. This was intended to minimise overshadowing, according to the plans.
The development application does not seek approval for any physical works.
A second application will seek permission for works to begin, according to the plans.
Greaton will offer a voluntary planning agreement (VPA) in this second application. Developers usually propose works in a VPA that will benefit the surrounding community, or offer funds.