The home next door

If you’ve visited our display suite along Church St in Brighton, you may have noticed a row of hard hats lining one of the walls. .

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Is this Brighton’s quietest building?

At Slate House, we want to show that apartment living does not mean compromising on quality or privacy.

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Setting a new standard of living in Brighton

Going against the grain of traditional residential developments in Brighton, Sophie Whittakers, development manager at Lucent, shares how Slate House is presented as a premium, sustainable offering with a higher degree of consideration for its occupants.

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Architectural design with a difference comes to Brighton

Quality, sustainability and community are what defines Austin Maynard Architects’ architectural vision for Slate House. Mark Austin, co- director at Austin Maynard Architects, draws on the company’s ethos and how this is mirrored in the Brighton-based development.

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Defining quality living with Projects by Buxton

Heath Thompson, director at Projects by Buxton, has many years of experience representing specialised developments and projects. As the appointed agent for Slate House, Heath shares his insights into what sets it apart.

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The Bayside Leader - The Way of the Future

Carbon neutral units proving popular.

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The Fifth State - Lucent expands its sustainable apartments from the inner city to Brighton

Melbourne-based developer Lucent is branching out and taking its sustainable brand of apartments to the growing owner-occupier family and downsizer market in Brighton, 12 kilometres south east of the CBD.

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Melbourne’s new homes frequently fall short of ideal standards that would cut occupants’ bills, despite reaching the minimum national energy efficiency requirement.

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The Asean Developer - Development approval granted for Brighton’s first fossil fuel free apartments

The council permit allows for 14 apartments to be built on 1,392 square metre site.

Written by The Asean Developer - Lucent aim to encourage buyers to lead a zero-emission lifestyle with new Brighton development

Approval has been granted for Brighton’s first fossil fuel-free apartments, Slate House, which will consist of 14 residences, featuring two and three-bedroom homes across three levels.

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Property Observer - Development approval granted for fossil fuel free Brighton apartment project Slate House.

Melbourne-based developer Lucent has received development approval from council to build Brighton’s first fossil free apartment project, due to launch next month.

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