Panel re­jects multi-use devel­op­ment

Southern Telegraph - - News - Stu­art Horton

An ap­pli­ca­tion for a a pro­posed multi-use devel­op­ment on Coun­cil Av­enue has been re­jected by the Metro South-West Joint Devel­op­ment As­sess­ment Panel.

The ap­pli­ca­tion for Lot 301 (No. 2-6) Coun­cil Av­enue in­cluded four show­rooms, a 24-hour gym, restau­rant, a con­ve­nience store sell­ing petrol, 108 car-park­ing bays, 22 bi­cy­cle bays and a play­ground, but was re­jected four to one by the panel on Wed­nes­day.

The City of Rock­ing­ham did not sup­port the ap­pli­ca­tion for sev­eral reasons, given its prom­i­nent lo­ca­tion on the cor­ner of Coun­cil Av­enue and Read Street, and said it re­quired a min­i­mum three-storey devel­op­ment, not a sin­gle-storey with a “faux three­storey fa­cade”.

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