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New face in Victoria Harbour

30 Oct 2014

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There’s a new face at the helm of the Victoria Harbour project, with Tim Campbell now leading the Lend Lease team.

For Mr Campbell, (pictured above) the new role comes with a new city, having moved interstate to take on the position from outgoing Victoria Harbour project director Claire Johnston.

A Sydney resident born and bred, he’s previously spent his career working there, aside from a four-year stint working on the Canary Wharf project in London.

For Mr Campbell, the chance to play a role in the development of one of Docklands’ major commercial and residential hubs was too good to pass up.

“To work on a project of this scale is a rare opportunity,” Mr Campbell said.

With 70 per cent of Victoria Harbour’s commercial development now complete, Mr Campbell will lead the development into a residential phase.

Currently 30 per cent of residential development has been complete with the next few years to see a big boost in residential population.

With 888 Collins anticipated to deliver more than 500 apartments in the first quarter of 2017 and Concavo a further 238 apartments in 2016, Victoria Harbour’s residential population is expected to double.

Lend Lease will also soon begin work on the Boating Hub and Family Services centre, while residential development of the wharf precinct is also planned.

For some, responsibility for such a large-scale urban project would be a daunting prospect but Mr Campbell described it as “an exciting challenge”.

“It’s a great opportunity. It’s uncommon to have a mixed-use project of this size in Australia,” he said.

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