Tristan Sender, co-founder of GoGet, at Central Park.

27 May 2014 — Frasers Property and Sekisui House, joint venture partners of the $2 billion Central Park precinct, have teamed up with GoGet to develop a “pod” of 44 car share vehicles, the largest cluster of car share vehicles in Australia.

Frasers Property chief executive Guy Pahor, speaking at the facility’s launch on Tuesday morning, said Central Park would be home to 8000 residents on completion, so the car sharing facility could end up the busiest in Australia.

“The considerable environmental benefits that the GoGet car share scheme brings, through less congestion on the roads and less car trips, contribute to the world-leading sustainability agenda of Central Park,” Mr Pahor said.

The partners said the move had also been in response to demand from residents and the community.

“Residential developers are able to enhance their projects with car share, benefit their surrounding communities and maximise their returns,” GoGet co-founder Bruce Jeffreys said.