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Cloverleaf's Team has a long history of successfully completing projects with a lasting social impact. Below we share some which we are particularly proud:

3D Scans


Five hospitals including Berwick Community Hospital, Mildura Base Hospital, Latrobe Regional Medical centre, Hobart Private Hospital and Peterborough Hospital

Affordable Housing

The illustration shown is of an affordable housing project proposed on the Brisbane River, including 250 units to be provided to key workers and lower income Queenslanders. The amazing location and generous amenity combines to make it an exciting development

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Acquisition of the
Green Investment Bank

The Green Investment Bank was acquired by Macquarie Group for £2.7bn / A$4.75bn including offshore wind, solar, energy efficiency, waste to energy and other green assets. The acquisition resulted in a green platform that has helped propel Macquarie’s significant growth in the renewable energy sector and added A$1.9bn in new assets under management

Flagship Property Fund and Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre refinancing

Intrinsic to the launch of Plenary Group's Flagship Property Fund owning property assets related to their social infrastructure PPPs as well as the refinancing of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport's $1.2 billion refinancing, inaugural credit rating and first bond issue.

County Court of Victoria

The Liberty Group developed the County Court of Victoria (CCV) for the State Government of Victoria under a 20 year concession. The Consortium also developed an adjacent commercial office building. Uniquely, the CCV project was a 22 year Build Own Operate (BOO) scheme where Liberty Group retained the land and building under a 99-year lease.


Southern Cross Station

Southern Cross Station, formerly Spencer Street Station, was redeveloped by Civic Nexus between 2002 and 2006. The redevelopment was undertaken to increase the number of new rail services and passenger capacity.

The Project involved a 30 year concession and was funded with c.$325 million of senior debt and $75m of equity.  The project debt was in part, 30 year inflation linked annuity bonds, matching the concession and inflation linked payment mechanism.

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