Calls for servo plan knockback
The City of Rockingham is urging the Metro South-West Joint Development Assessment Panel to reject an application to build a second service station in Baldivis.
The application for Lot 297 (No.67) Ridge Boulevard also proposed six shopfront parking bays and a 6m-high ID sign to be erected on Nairn Drive.
Councillors voted at last Tuesday’s council meeting to write a submission to JDAP refusing the application because of access and safety issues. The proposed convenience store was also considered non-compatible for the area, given its orientation and appearance.
The final verdict will be handed down by the JDAP.