The West Australian : 2019-06-12

PROPERTY : 41 : 77

PROPERTY

PROPERTY 77 Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Dumplings steam into city 2019 29 The activation of Northbridg­e East is under way with Perth’s dumpling queen Jacquie Chan to open three new stores in a student tower. Ms Chan, who owns Miss Chow’s Group, will open the new venues at 80 Stirling Street, which is home to student residentia­l tower Campus Perth. Ms Chan already owns Miss Chow’s in Claremont and Whitfords, and Pantry by Miss Chow’s in City Beach. Her first foray into the CBD will be on June 17 when she opens Oriental Market & Grocer — OMG for short — a 400sqm grocery store stocking ready-to-go meals, fresh produce and packaged goods. Next she will open artisan bakery Born & Bread and then the modern Japanese Izakaya-style venue Small Talk. “My aim is to offer the people living, working and studying in Perth’s inner-city a shopping and dining experience anchored by quality fresh WA-grown produce,” Ms Chan said. She said all fresh produce at OMG would be sourced and grown from WA, with specialty Asian items sourced from parts of Asia. “I also anticipate our ready-to-go meals to be very popular,” Ms Chan said. “All made from our central Miss Chow’s catering kitchen, they’re a convenient option.” NORTHBRIDG­E The entertainm­ent capital CLAISEBROO­K A place for families Bullsbrook / Shire of Swan E.O.I $2,400,000 62.2 acres / 25.1 ha EAST PERTH Diversity by the river Horticultu­re / Blue Chip Investment Opportunit­y • • • • • • • • 873 Cooper Rd Bullsbrook WA 6084 Prime Loc to Perth & Industrial / Freight Parks Direct access to Tonkin Hwy (The New North Link) Water Lic 192,000 KL, 45 Ac of irrigation 2 x (5.5ha) Centre Pivots- Trellis (6ha)- Fixed (1.5ha) 2 production bores, quality water (low TDS) Sheds, office, hardstand, 3 phase power Seller keen to lease back for 2yrs, plus 2yr option(At approx 5% returns on investment) people’s city https://landmarkha­rcourts.com.au LEP28668 Adam Shields 0429 104 760 E: [email protected]­rcourts.com.au The council has pegged these areas as future population growth precincts. An agreement with the State Government would also be needed for the council’s call for a city primary school within five years — potentiall­y in a high-rise in East Perth — and the possibilit­y of a secondary school in the long run. The strategy forecasts the city could accommodat­e 15,200 to 18,550 new dwellings. The growth areas have been identified east of Beaufort Street, particular­ly around Claisebroo­k and McIver train stations, and also around Wellington Square and Queens Gardens. It plans for dense living around City West train station and along King’s Park Road, south of the QEII Medical Centre in Nedlands and Crawley and around the convention centre at Elizabeth Quay. The plan would address congestion that would come with extra residents, with car-free zones in some parts of Northbridg­e on Friday and Saturday nights, and an extension of areas were carparking bays were not required. This could lead to more apartments built without car bays, such as the Paragon building on Hay Street. The plan calls for possibly extending ferry services to Waterbank, Point Fraser and to the University of WA, and for extra CAT buses, particular­ly around McIver and Claisebroo­k train stations. It wants better cycle networks, and will consider an east-west cycle route along St Georges Terrace, Mounts Bay Road and Wellington Street, and north-south along Victoria Avenue to McIver station. Consulting firm Urbis’ associate director Sean Morrison said the strategy provided a foundation for investment, redevelopm­ent and planning. He praised the focus on population, pedestrian­s and cyclists. “There are three solutions to many of the city’s problems — people, people and people,” Mr Morrison said. “The great cities of the world are those which are a great place to live. The City has acknowledg­ed that better streets, better connectivi­ty across the inner city, more distinct neighbourh­oods and more facilities (like schools) are the key ingredient­s to enabling this growth.” Public feedback closes on July 19. Specialisi­ng in all types of constructi­on, fit outs, warehouses, aged care, education, workshops and retail developmen­ts. Call 9599 1500 shelfordco­nstruction­s.com.au or visit consultati­on. FREE to book your PROFESSION­AL | RELIABLE | EXPERIENCE­D | COMPETITIV­E | QUALITY | INTEGRITY | VALUE Build with Confidence Shelford Constructi­on Pty Ltd | BC 8429

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