To ensure you are informed about the project and how the Assemble Model works in advance of submitting an application, we encourage you to watch our Community Presentations and read through the supporting project material, including the Assemble Model Documents below.
If you have read through all the supporting project material and you're ready to go, please fill in a manual application form (available below) and return to us at [email protected]
We hope we are able to help you on your pathway to home ownership soon!
If you were unable to attend our Community Presentations for the Assemble Model and 393 Macaulay Rd last year, not to worry – we have live recordings of the presentations below.
Community Presentation 1 provides an overview of how the Assemble Model works, an introduction to the design of 393 Macaulay Rd, guidance on pricing and rent ranges and an explanation of next steps in the process.
Community Presentation 2 goes into more detail on the design of 393 Macaulay Rd including the interiors and communal spaces. We also share final floor plans, pricing and an overview of the next steps to follow in the application process. In addition to this, we share a summary of the feedback received in our community surveys.
In advance of submitting an application, we’ve uploaded a digital copy of everything you need to know about 393 Macaulay Rd:
Floorplates & Floorplans
Estimated Outgoings & Stamp Duty
Assemble Model Documents
The Assemble Model Documents that require signing if you are allocated an apartment are now available for your review. The documents contained in the Dropbox link below include:
1. Document Overview
This is an overview of the documents you are required to sign and payment you need to make if successful in the ballot.
2. Tenant Acknowledgement
This confirms you understand the key terms of the Assemble Model Documents comprising the Agreement for Lease and Contract of Sale. You will be required to sign this Tenant Acknowledgement at the time of signing the Assemble Model Documents.
3. Agreement for Lease
An Agreement for Lease (AFL) is used when a landlord (in this case Assemble) grants a tenant (you) a lease in the future and is often used before the premises, the subject of the Lease, have been built. The AFL sets out the agreed rent and lease term and comprises the Lease which gives you the right but not the obligation to lease your apartment for up to 5 years. The AFL also contains the plans and specification of your apartment.
4. Contract of Sale
The Contract of Sale will give you the right but not the obligation to purchase your apartment for the agreed price after 5 years of leasing.
We recommend you seek your own legal or other professional advice to ensure the Assemble Model is right for you.