Plan re­vi­sions to go be­fore devel­op­ment panel

North Coast Times - - NEWS -

THE Metro North-West Devel­op­ment Assess­ment Panel will re­con­sider de­ferred ap­pli­ca­tions for a mixed use devel­op­ment in But­ler and a nurs­ing home in Alkimos to­mor­row.

The $14.5 mil­lion But­ler Boule­vard devel­op­ment was orig­i­nally pre­sented in July, when the panel re­ferred it back to get more in­for­ma­tion on external fea­tures and land­scap­ing.

City of Wan­neroo staff have rec­om­mended the panel ap­prove the re­vised plans for 67 one and two-bed­room units and eight com­mer­cial ten­an­cies.

The panel had also re­ferred back plans for a $25 mil­lion aged care fa­cil­ity on Mag­el­lan Road in Alkimos on Septem­ber 1 to clar­ify the bush­fire man­age­ment plan.

To ad­dress the Depart­ment of Fire and Emer­gency Ser­vices’ con­cerns about hav­ing only one ac­cess route for the vul­ner­a­ble land use, the ap­pli­cant pro­vided a con­cept plan with two tem­po­rary ac­cess tracks through parks from Lee­way Loop and Gang­way Turn to Marmion Av­enue.

The City’s re­port rec­om­mends it ap­prove the plans for the two-storey devel­op­ment, which will have 134 beds and com­mu­nal fa­cil­i­ties.

The Septem­ber 27 agenda also in­cludes a rec­om­men­da­tion to ap­prove an amend­ment to plans for the Wool­worths shop­ping cen­tre in But­ler to put more shade sails in one of the car parks.

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