About Us Our Responsibility

An ongoing commitment to delivering superior value to stakeholders, customers and communities

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility is central to the way PAYCE does business. Our Corporate Social Responsibility program reflects what we value as an organisation and what we believe contributes to our ongoing commercial success and reputational advantage. PAYCE believe in the value of people and relationships, capacity building and partnership, and community engagement and development. We promote these values at every level and allow them to regulate our business operations and our engagement with stakeholders. PAYCE endeavour to create meaningful, long-term impact in the area of social disadvantage with a focus on addiction, homeless, domestic violence, mental health, youth and families through our commitment to charitable and community organisations. Our vision is to help create a world where disadvantage does not limit anyone’s potential and are not determines of quality of life.

Environmental Sustainability

PAYCE is committed to incorporating ecologically sustainable design features in all developments. We believe that a development must not only meet the needs of the present but should be adaptable and not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, this essentially forms the basis of a sustainable development. Through thoughtful architecture, interior design, landscaping and clever master planning our aim is to reduce each residents and communities’ carbon footprint.

Commitment to Purchasers

PAYCE have a focus on maintaining it’s well regarded reputation for reliability and is committed to delivering buyers high quality, strong value product that surpasses expectations. With extensive expertise and a proven track record for delivering on this promise, buyers can have peace of mind when purchasing from PAYCE and the confidence that their new property will be delivered on time, as anticipated and finished to an exact high standard.

Stakeholder Relations

PAYCE was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1978 and over the past four decades has proven to be a solid performer in the market, continuing to drive performance and investor return. Since delisting in November 2016, PAYCE continues to ethically act in accordance to the high level of due diligence, corporate governance and transparency as ad herd too with a commitment to respect stakeholders at all times.

Latest News

Thousands raised at third annual Melrose Park Community Cup

Thousands raised at third annual Melrose Park Community Cup This year’s Melrose Park Community Cup Golf Day and Dinner event held at Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club raised over $71,000 for six local community groups. Over the […]

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PAYCE Director backs ‘five minute city’

15 April 2019 – Major community renewal should raise the bar and shoot for a five minute connected city, not the current 30-minute benchmark, PAYCE director Dominic Sullivan said at the Good Growth Conference in […]

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Kick Start Cafe comes to Melrose Park

9 April 2019 – Social enterprise Kick Start Cafe has been officially launched at Melrose Park to cater for workers on the Melrose Park North urban renewal project and local communities. Minister for Skills and […]

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Thrust Vector Crowned F1 School Champs

25 March 2019 – Blue Mountains Grammar School’s F1 in Schools’ Thrust Vector team has won this year’s national title. The five-member team has also won a place at the World Championships in Abu Dhabi later […]

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Vivid sells out in a month

8 March 2019 – The PAYCE developed Vivid apartments at South Village, Kirrawee, has bucked the softening Sydney property trend, selling out in just one month. The 63 apartments were sold just in time for the […]

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