Nine level agreed

Canning Times - - NEWS -

A nine-storey de­vel­op­ment fea­tur­ing apart­ments, restau­rants and of­fices has been ap­proved in the heart of Can­ning­ton.

CAN­NING­TON’S up­graded city cen­tre is an­other step closer to fruition after a Joint De­vel­op­ment As­sess­ment Panel (JDAP) ap­proved amend­ments to a nine-storey de­vel­op­ment on Ce­cil Av­enue.

The large-scale mixed de­vel­op­ment will fea­ture 53 units, two restau­rants or cafes and four of­fices and is si­t­u­ated across the road from West­field Carousel.

It will also have three lev­els of car park­ing and com­mu­nal space for res­i­dents.

A Metro Cen­tral JDAP pre­vi­ously ap­proved the ap­pli­ca­tion in May, prior to a num­ber of con­di­tions.

The City of Can­ning ini­tially did not sup­port the pro­posal and re­quested amended plans and ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion.

How­ever, after re­view­ing the amended plans the panel, which in­cluded Can­ning coun­cil­lors Mar­garet Hall and Sara Saberi, ap­proved the pro­posed amend­ments, which mainly suggested in­ter­nal changes to ve­hi­cle ramps, car park­ing ar­eas, lay­out of mul­ti­ple dwellings and land­scap­ing.

An artist’s im­pres­sion of the nine-storey build­ing.

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