New estate structure plan finished
PUBLIC consultation for the Rosehill Waters structure plan is finished and if the approvals process is smooth, the South Guildford development could be under construction by July.
The structure plan shows the north-west edge of the development – the part closest the airport’s flight path – will be reserved for public open space and retail.
The South Guildford development at the former Rosehill Golf Course site will comprise 616 homes, most of which will be single storey.
Existing homeowners abutting the former golf course, like those on Januk Turn, will be partially compensated for their loss of view with 10m high vegetation screening.
The structure plan also proposes to provide improved pedestrian links to the currently underutilised Helena River foreshore.
Noahs Rosehill Waters general manager Sandra Klarich said she received a lot of positive feedback at community information sessions last week.
She said construction was on track to start in July for groundworks and the first settlements would likely be available in March next year.
Perth Airport has reiterated concerns over the development following the release of the subdivision’s structure plan for public comment.
The airport has voiced strong objection to the proposed development.