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and community infrastructure.”
While Victoria Park’s Acting CEO Anthony Vuleta was not specific about how many public submissions had come in, he said the council had received a number as well as various telephone and email inquiries.
“Council added extra time to the submission period when the process began – taking it to seven weeks. Council has the ability to adjust the consultation period if they deem it appropriate,” Mr Vuleta said.
It is proposed the Town sell the site bounded by Albany Highway and Kent, Gloucester and Sussex streets to LandCorp for $12.15 million and receive a titled, fully serviced 2700sqm civic-use lot. The remainder will be developed by LandCorp to accommodate a new town square.
Leisurelife, the library, bowls club and other community groups will enter into lease arrangements with LandCorp until they move to make way for development works. It is intended that Leisurelife and the bowls club will move to a new location with the library and some other community services accommodated in the new town square. WHAT: East Victoria Park Town Centre Redevelopment Plan WHEN: By 5pm Friday, February 6 READ ONLINE: www.victoriapark.wa.gov.au/development/to wn-projects/town-centre-redevelopment BY POST: To CEO, Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag 437, Victoria Park, WA, 6979 BY HAND: Town of Victoria Park, 99 Shepperton Road, Victoria Park BY EMAIL: email@example.com QUESTIONS: Town of Victoria Park Strategic Projects Consultant Ben Rose on 9329 4236 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorraine Haw and Terry McKeown with the proposed plans under a fig tree. Locals are worried about what they might lose and the fate of the fig trees.