The master plan has within it sections of straight and curved roads, junctions of various types, as well as shared parking to give an impression of what various situations might look like when presented with real topographical challenges
The housing types although set together, are mixed within the master plan to create diversity and a sense of community. House types include 4-bedroom detached (2 options), 3-bedroom detached (3 options), 3-bedroom semi-detached (2 options), 2-bedroom detached unit (3 options), 2-bedroom semi-detached (2 options), and 4-storey apartments.
Some houses are clustered around open parks to form
micro-community spaces. These interlink with others through a network of footpaths to create sub-communities within the whole. It aims at creating vibrant community groups which together merge with the whole. This sense of belonging to a subset (outside of the immediate family) is the bedrock of a sustainable community, as it draws residents together into a cohesive unit.
The following provisions are to be made for environmental and cost saving reasons rainwater harvesting to maintain landscape, boreholes to supplement water mains, biogas plant to power some amenities, solar-powered streetlights, solar-powered bus shelters to provide light in the night, and solar power to individual houses will be assessed for light and essential units, only.