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2 OUTLOOK BOTANY A CONTEXT ON BUSINESS, CULTURE, LIFESTYLE AND RESIDENTIAL Botany is strategically located in proximity to the Sydney CBD and major employment hubs such as Sydney Airport, with the area benefiting from urban renewal and infrastructure development. THE UNIVERSITY OF NSW IS A MEMBER OF THE LEADING GROUP OF EIGHT UNIVERSITIES. THE BUS NETWORK PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE SYDNEY CBD, EMPLOYMENT CENTRES AND SURROUNDING AMENITY. UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES PROXIMITY TO BEACHES SUCH AS LITTLE BAY BEACH. BUS NETWORK 1 POP 2 INF 3 EMP CALL TAILORSWALK.COM.AU VISIT THE SALES CENTRE 67 WILSON STREET OPEN DAILY 11AM 5PM Botany accommodates all three of the Urbis economics and research fundamentals that make a sustainable suburb Population, Infrastructure and Employment. LITTLE BAY BEACH

3 , INFRASTRUCTURE & EMPLOYMENT METROPOLITAN SYDNEY RESIDENTIAL DRIVERS Residential property assets are a long term investment, with value underpinned by key fundamentals. The underlying drivers of residential property value have been identified as locational, with the amenity derived from proximity and access to employment, public transport, services, recreation and social infrastructure. Product alone is unlikely to drive demand like it has in the mid 2000 s, with place superiority now a key driver behind the success of high density residential developments. Finishes and views will no longer compensate for developments in marginal locations. Long-term value growth will be the most important motivator for buyers moving forward, and in today s new market demand those regions accommodating a unique formula will perform better long term. Urbis has investigated the trends that will deliver sustained and confident growth now and into the future. This involves recognising the key fundamentals that investors should seek to secure returns as well as identify regions that will be the most desirable to live, work and play. To help identify these locations, Urbis has concluded that the most desirable locations will be those locations accommodating P.I.E. : Population, Infrastructure and Employment. Long-term value growth will be the most important motivator for buyers moving forward Population growth is an underpinning factor in demand for the residential property market. Identifying regions with strong population growth improves the potential demand for new residential development though access to a growing market and future household formation. 2 URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN RENEWAL Locations supported by adequate infrastructure and services improve the value derived from locational driven amenity. Key infrastructure including universities, hospitals and public transport increase the attractiveness of a location to renters and supports the local areas ability to sustain population growth. The Botany Bay and South Sydney area is undergoing significant urban renewal as redundant employment lands are being converted into residential and mixed-use developments. The urban renewal also comprises new retail and recreation facilities that are improving the amenity of the area. This includes the rezoning of industrial land in the Wilson/ Pemberton industrial estate to Medium Density Residential. This reflects economic trends that are resulting in industrial businesses relocating out of the area to take advantage of lower operating costs and better access to like businesses. Urban renewal in the area is creating new communities in proximity to the Sydney CBD with good access to transport and amenity, such as the beaches of the Eastern Suburbs. EMPLOYMENT Proximity and access to employment nodes is essential for strong residential growth. It supports future population as well as opens up a local worker market for residential developments, with workers seeking housing within easy transit to their place of work. This can be provided either through developing close to existing and planned employment centres or within easy access to major public transport nodes connecting local residents to their place of work. SYDNEY GROWTH STILL GROWING OVER 1,500 NEW RESIDENTS PER WEEK Sydney is Australia s leading property market in size, value and quality of projects. The Sydney market is expected to continue to grow as population growth increases (projected at 1,535 per week for the next 20 years, as forecast by NSW Planning and Environment) and opportunities for infill development increasingly become rare. This aligns with historic actual growth observed between 2009 and 2014 which was 1,285 new residents per week, for a total increase of 66,800 per annum over this period. According to the NSW Government, there were an average of 17,400 dwelling completions in Metropolitan Sydney between 2009 and However, based on actual population growth, there was demand for 24,700 dwellings per year. This equated to an undersupply of housing in Sydney over recent years, though it is noted that the imbalance has started to improve in 2014 with an increase in supply. SYDNEY GROWTH 6,500,000 6,000,000 5,500,000 5,000,000 4,500,000 4,000,000 3,500,000 3,000,000 ACTUAL Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics 2014; NSW Planning and Environment 2014; Urbis Sydney will continue to see population growth close to 80,000 per annum over the next 20 years. 1,535 NEW RESIDENTS PER WEEK Sydney has experienced a historical undersupply of dwellings with demand for 24,700 dwellings per year between 2009 and 2014 whilst only 17,400 dwellings were completed on average, resulting in a growth in average household size. FOCUS ON THE BIGGEST MARKETS GEN Y Sydney is expected to see a shift of Gen Y s into home ownership, however there are some affordability constraints for this segment of the market. This age group has certain characteristics: They will marry later and have families even later, with these families therefore likely to be smaller They are very accepting of density, however demand amenity The majority believe they do not have to move to the outer suburbs once they have kids (particularly with smaller families). As such, large proportions are expected to remain in locations around key centres, notably the CBD and Inner/Middle Ring where they have a high level of amenity and accessibility to employment opportunities. AGE DISTRIBUTION IN METROPOLITAN SYDNEY GENERATIONS TG aged 85+ TG TG TG Boomers Boomers Boomers Boomers Gen X Gen X Gen X Gen Y Gen Y Gen Y Gen Y Gen Z Gen Z 5-9 Gen A 0-4 RESIDENTS IN 2011 GROWTH IN RESIDENTS TO , , , , , , , , ,000 NUMBER OF RESIDENTS Source: NSW Planning and Environment 2014; Urbis BABY BOOMERS More Downsizing Low Maintenance Living Lifestyle Orientated Amenity Rich Locations LARGEST MARKET Employment Proximity Civic Minded Maintain Social Networks Diversity is Key Generation Y will be the largest population cohort to enter the housing market, with this group anticipated to experience growth in demand from URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY 3

4 LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY SYDNEY CBD (10KM) KM MASCOT TRAIN STATION SYDNEY AIRPORT Botany is located approximately 10km south of the Sydney CBD and is in close proximity to employment centres, schools, parks and beaches. BUS ROUTE 4 36 Botany is located approximately 10km south of the Sydney CBD. The area is located close to significant employment centres including Sydney Airport, Port Botany and the Randwick Education and Health precinct. Buses along Botany Road and Mascot Train Station provide residents in Botany with direct access to the Sydney CBD, Sydney Airport as well as the Eastern Suburbs and Inner West. Botany is also located in close proximity to the M5 Motorway, which provides good road access throughout Sydney. The area is well serviced by local infrastructure and amenity including schools, parks and retail. An increasing number of new apartment projects are being developed in Botany and surrounds, creating new communities and amenity. Botany is well serviced by retail including the Westfield Eastgardens that is located around 1km away. Urban renewal in Botany is also resulting in improved retail amenity including cafes and restaurants. Botany is located close to popular beaches including Coogee, Maroubra, Little Bay and Brighton-Le-Sands, which provide access to an excellent outdoor lifestyle. Retail & Entertainment Education 2 Westfield Eastgardens 3 Pacific Square 4 Botany Village 5 Local Botany Shopping 6 Eastlakes Shopping Centre 7 Royal Randwick Shopping Centre 8 Entertainment Quarter Banksmeadow Public School St Bernard s Catholic Primary School Botany Botany Public School Pagewood Public School Eastlakes Public School Education 14 Mascot Public School Daceyville Public School St Spyridon College Primary 17 JJ Cahill Memorial High School Sydney Girls High School Sydney Boys High School Randwick Girls High School Randwick Boys High School Champagnat Catholic College Pagewood Our Lady of the Annunciation School South Sydney High School University of NSW Health Parks and Recreation Prince of Wales Hospital Sydney Children s Hospital Royal Hospital for Women Bondi Beach Coogee Beach Maroubra Beach Royal Randwick Race Course Eastlake Golf Club Bonnie Doon Golf Club Garnet Jackson Reserve Sir Joseph Banks Park Booralee Park The Lakes Golf Course 4 URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY 5

5 INFRASTRUCTURE & INVESTMENT The Botany Bay LGA is expected to provide upward of 15,500 new jobs by 2041 EMPLOYMENT GROWTH Botany and the surrounding area will benefit from significant infrastructure projects across education, transport, health and recreation. This will improve the amenity for local residents as well as create more employment opportunities for prospective residents. Major projects include: SYDNEY AIRPORT EXPANSION The federal government has approved the Master Plan 2033 for Sydney Airport, which includes a new 4 or 5 star hotel with 430 rooms, new car parks and new commercial office buildings in the International Terminal Precinct. The Plan also includes a new road and other upgrades, which will improve access and reduce congestion to the airport, including upgrading public transport facilities to improve public transport services. PROXIMITY TO GROWING EMPLOYMENT CENTRES Employment growth is an important driver of residential demand with workers looking to live in close proximity to where they work. Forecast employment growth in the Botany Bay LGA and nearby centres will potentially drive housing demand from new workers. There are 15,522 new jobs projected for the Botany Bay LGA by 2041, centred around Sydney Airport, Mascot and Port Botany. BY 2041 EMPLOYMENT GROWTH WITHIN THE SURROUNDING CENTRES SYDNEY CBD 105,238 The Sydney CBD is a major employment hub and a global gateway for Sydney with over 105,000 additional jobs projected to Bus and road linkages from Botany to the Sydney CBD provide residents with good access to the CBD. Bus and road linkages also provide residents with good access to other major employment centres such as the Randwick Education and Health precinct, which include areas such as the University of NSW and Prince of Wales Hospital. REDFERN AND CENTRAL PRECINCT 10,036 UNIVERSITY OF NSW PROJECTS UNSW is a leading international university and continues to grow and develop. Current major UNSW projects include the recently completed Materials Science and Engineering building, the future new Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering precinct and the new Biomedical precinct extension, which will provide modern facilities and infrastructure for students and researchers for collaboration and research. WESTCONNEX STAGE 2 WestConnex is a major $15 billion transport project for Sydney. Stage 2 of WestConnex, also called the new M5, will run from Beverly Hills to St Peters and will provide improved access to the airport and the south Sydney and Port Botany areas. The New M5 will feature new tunnels, interchanges and connections, which will improve motorway access, provide connections to key roads and reduce impacts on residential areas. PRINCE OF WALES HOSPITAL REDEVELOPMENT Construction commenced in 2012 on a new $80 million Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre facility at the Prince of Wales Hospital. The project is expected to be completed in 2016 and will provide a wide range of medical facilities and services. The facility will also provide training for nurses and specialists and will further progress medical research in NSW. GREEN SQUARE AQUATIC CENTRE AND GUNYAMA PARK The proposed project includes a new park, swimming pool and recreational space in the Green Square Town Centre precinct. It will feature a heated 50 metre outdoor swimming pool, a 25 metre pool, an indoor leisure pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a fully equipped gym, a full-size outdoor sports field and indoor and outdoor recreational open space areas. SYDNEY AIRPORT 8,946 KOGARAH TOWN CENTRE 4,234 RANDWICK EDUCATION AND HEALTH PRECINCT 6,568 PORT BOTANY 3,610 Source: NSW Bureau of Transport Statistics URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY 7

6 GROWTH The Botany Bay LGA is projected to grow by 737 new residents each year to 2031 Botany is becoming increasingly affluent, with an increasing number of white collar professionals DEMOGRAPHICS GROWTH For the purpose of this profile, the Botany study area has been defined as the suburb of Botany. Population growth in Botany has steadily increased from 2006 to 2014, at an average annual growth rate of 2.6%. The growth exceeded the Sydney average of 1.7% during the same period and reflects the urban renewal and development activity in Botany. The population in the wider Botany Bay LGA has increased from 37,453 in 2006 to 44,742 in 2014, at an average growth rate of 2.2% per annum. The population of the Botany Bay LGA is projected by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment to increase by an average of 737 new residents per year from 2014 to There are a high proportion of Gen X, Gen A and Gen Z in Botany compared to the Sydney average. Combined, these three groups make up over 40% of the population in Botany. This suggests that there are a high proportion of family households in Botany. The Botany Bay Council Development Control Plan (DCP) has historically required larger minimum sizes of apartments in the Botany Bay LGA than Sydney on average. This is likely to have resulted in larger apartment sizes that have made the area attractive to family households. Botany has recorded average population growth of 2.6% per annum over the last eight years, above the Sydney average of 1.7%. Government population projections for the Botany Bay Local Government Area estimate that the population will grow by approximately 737 new residents per annum to Generation X have been the largest age cohort in Botany and are expected to represent a large proportion of purchasers and renters in the Botany market along with Generation Y who are currently under represented in the area. BOTANY STUDY AREA GENERATIONS Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics 2014; Urbis BOTANY BAY LGA 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2, ,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10, ACTUAL Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics 2014; Department of Planning & Environment 2014; Urbis AGE DISTRIBUTION IN BOTANY TG aged 85+ TG TG TG Boomers Boomers Boomers Boomers Gen X Gen X Gen X Gen Y Gen Y Gen Y Gen Y Gen Z Gen Z 5-9 Gen A 0-4 SYDNEY BOTANY NEW RESIDENTS PER YEAR 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% 7% 8% 9% 10% NUMBER OF RESIDENTS 2014 The number of people in white collar occupations such as professionals and managers has increased in Botany from 2006 to In contrast, there has been a decline in the number of people in blue collar occupations from 2006 to 2011, which likely reflects the decline in industrial activity in the area. Historically, the average household income in Botany has been slighter higher than the Sydney average and this trend has continued in The average household income in Botany in 2011 was $97,784 compared to the Sydney average of $94,428. The Botany area is becoming increasingly affluent and households with incomes over $130,000 have significantly increased from 2006 to 2011 from 17% to 29%. The percentage of people with bachelor degrees has increased from 15% in 2006 to 18% in The proximity of Botany to renowned universities such as the University of NSW, University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney will continue to support this trend. WHO LIVES IN BOTANY Average Age of Residents Family Households Employed in White Collar Jobs Bachelor Degree or Higher Average Household Income Household Income Above $130,000 Source: ABS Census 2011; Urbis Botany is becoming an increasingly affluent area average household income increasing by 33% between 2006 to % 67% 15% $73,508 17% 37 75% 73% 18% $97,784 29% The proportion of people in white collar occupations have been increasing in Botany, reflecting the changing nature of the area. MEDIAN INCOME MEDIAN INCOME ($) $120,000 $100,000 $80,000 $60,000 $40,000 $20,000 $0 $56,755 $55,716 Source: ABS Census 2011; Urbis EMPLOYED RESIDENTS BY OCCUPATION, 2011 Labourers Botany Sydney Machinery Operators & Drivers Sales Workers Clerical & Administrative Workers Community & Personal Service Workers Technicians & trades workers Professionals Managers Source: ABS Census 2011; Urbis $73,508 $72,730 $97,784 $94, % 9% 7% 9% 9% 9% 10% 10% 13% 15% 13% 11% 17% 19% 20% 21% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% SHARE OF (%) Family households make up the majority of households in Botany and will benefit from the larger-sized apartments provided in the Botany Bay LGA. Source: ABS Census 2011; Urbis 8 URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY 9

7 INVESTMENT MARKET Botany has recorded strong apartment price growth of 21% over the 12 month period from August 2014 to July 2015 Tailor s Walk is competitively priced to other projects in nearby locations RELATIVE PRICING COMPARISON APARTMENT MARKET Botany recorded a median apartment price of $765,000 based on 85 settled transactions for the first six months of Activity peaked in 2012 and 2013 with over 200 sales each year. This represented a significant increase from the prior five years where sales averaged around 90 per year. Apartments in Botany have shown consistent price growth historically, recording a ten year median price increase of 3.4% per annum. Price growth has been higher in the last five years with a growth rate of 5.1% per annum. The increase in the median apartment price over the last five years has been similar to the growth recorded throughout Sydney. There has been significant price growth in the past year in Botany for both houses and apartments. Houses grew by 14% in Botany compared to 11% for the Sydney average in the 12 months to July 2015, while apartments grew by 21%, which was double the Sydney growth rate of 10%. This likely reflects the increased demand for apartments in Botany and planned urban renewal. CATCHMENT APARTMENT SALES CYCLE SALES (NO.) Number of Apartment Sales Source: RPData; Urbis Median Apartment Sale Price JUN-96 DEC-96 JUN-97 DEC-97 JUN-98 DEC-98 JUN-99 DEC-99 JUN-00 DEC-00 JUN-01 DEC-01 JUN-02 DEC-02 JUN-03 DEC-03 JUN-04 DEC-04 JUN-05 DEC-05 JUN-06 DEC-06 JUN-07 DEC-07 JUN-08 DEC-08 JUN-09 DEC-09 JUN-10 DEC-10 JUN-11 DEC-11 JUN-12 DEC-12 JUN-13 DEC-13 JUN-14 DEC-14 JUN-15 PERIOD (SEMI-ANNUAL) NEW PRODUCT VERSUS EXISTING PRODUCT $900,000 $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $0 MEDIAN SALES PRICE ($) The map below compares the relative pricing of apartments in key areas of apartment development within Inner Sydney. The map demonstrates the average relative price range of a new 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment within Tailor s Walk and surrounding areas including Mascot, Waterloo, Rosebery, Kensington and Sydney CBD. The graph highlights that the asking prices for Tailor s Walk are generally lower when compared to sales prices in 2015 across other nearby apartment development locations. It is noted that the sales ranges are based on data from April 2015 to November 2015 from the Urbis Apartment Essentials and consultation with agents. It is noted that the size and characteristics of apartments differ between projects and caution should be taken when comparing prices. PRICE RANGE FOR NEW TWO BEDROOM STOCK INDICATIVE AVERAGE PRICE NEW 2 BED, 2 BATH APARTMENTS $1,800,000 $1,600,000 $1,400,000 $1,200,000 $1,000,000 $800,000 $600,000 $400,000 $200,000 $0 $1,225,000 $1,161,667 $1,063,000 $1,000,000 $860,000 $1,562,500 Tailor's Walk Mascot Waterloo Rosebery Kensington Sydney CBD Source: Tailor s Walk prices provided by Frasers Property; Other prices sourced from Urbis Apartment Essentials and agents Industrial sites which are being rezoned to residential uses are driving new apartment developments in the Botany area. Data compiled from Cordell Connect indicate there are around 1,661 new apartments, townhouses and terraces proposed to be developed in Botany over the next four years. $700 $600 $500 $400 Botany Sydney $490 $520 $580 $620 CBD CIRCA $1,000,000 $2,000,000 KENSINGTON CIRCA $950,000 $1,500,000 Looking ahead, there are over 1,000 dwellings that are proposed to be completed in 2019 in Botany, which indicates that the majority of proposed supply is still in the planning stage. The Botany Bay LGA will continue to evolve with new residential developments entering the market as well as redevelopments, creating new lively and dynamic communities that will also support added vibrancy in local retail strips. RENTAL The graph illustrates there is a premium for new rental stock within Botany. Urbis market research indicates new one bedroom stock achieve a premium of around 6% above existing stock, while new two bedroom apartments achieve a premium of 7%. $300 $200 $100 $0 Source: Housing NSW; Realestate.com 1 2 FUTURE APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT IN THE CATCHMENT NUMBER OF DWELLINGS PER YEAR 1,184 10km MASCOT CIRCA $800,000 $1,250,000 TAILOR S WALK CIRCA $800,000 $1,000,000 5km WATERLOO CIRCA $940,000 $1,250,000 ROSEBERY CIRCA $985,000 $1,500,000 MEDIAN PRICE GROWTH BOTANY METRO SYDNEY BOTANY METRO SYDNEY % 10% Source: APM Pricefinder; Urbis 14% 11% 2016 Source: Cordell Connect ; Urbis URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY Note: The prices are indicative only off-the-plan sales for 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments. Source: Tailor s Walk prices provided by Frasers Property; Other prices sourced from Urbis Apartment Essentials and agents URBIS MARKET OUTLOOK - BOTANY 11

8 Sydney Tower 2, Level 23, Darling Park 201 Sussex Street Sydney, NSW This publication is prepared on the instruction of Frasers Property Australia by Urbis for a fee. This publication is not an opinion or representation by or on behalf of Frasers Property Australia and Frasers Property Australia accepts no responsibility for the content of the publication and any reliance upon it. This report does not represent financial or investment advice as the publication involves projections and assumptions that can be affected by a number of unforseen variables, any investment decision must allow for the risk that, the accuracy of the forecasts may be affected by incorrect assumptions or by known or unknown risks and uncertainties. It must also be remembered that past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance. The information in the publication has been prepared without taking into account your financial situation or investment objectives. You should consider the appropriateness of the information in regards to your current financial situation or needs. Neither Urbis nor Frasers Property Australia accepts any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this publication for your personal circumstances and you should take independent advice before making any decision to invest. The information is current as at the date of publication August 2015 but subject to change without notice and Urbis and Frasers Property Australia are under no obligation to contact recipients of this report to update the information or correct any assumptions or inaccuracies which may prove to be incorrect at a later date so any matter of particular interest should be checked prior to any decision to invest. This publication is subject to copyright. Except as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part of it may, in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise) be reproduced, stored in a retrievals system or transmitted without prior permission. Enquiries should be addressed to the publisher, Urbis.. CALL TAILORSWALK.COM.AU VISIT THE SALES CENTRE 67 WILSON STREET OPEN DAILY 11AM 5PM EMR0314

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