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THE City of Joon­dalup is seek­ing feed­back on a pro­posed $40 mil­lion life­style vil­lage in Iluka.

Odyssey Res­i­dences at Beau­maris Beach by not­for-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion Bright­wa­ter Care Group and de­vel­oper OP Prop­er­ties pro­poses a three-storey de­vel­op­ment 300m from the beach.

The 58-apart­ment build­ing would be in the south­ern half of 34 Kal­latina Drive, bounded by San­tos Vista, Fer­nando Parkway and Burns Beach Road.

The ap­pli­cant is re­quest­ing the City ex­er­cise dis­cre­tion with an in­creased build­ing height, re­duced street set­back and land­scap­ing, re­tain­ing walls higher than 0.5m and solid fenc­ing higher than 1.2m, and no on­site vis­i­tor park­ing.

Sub­mis­sions can be made un­til Novem­ber 6 via info@joon­dalup.wa.gov.au or PO Box 21, Joon­dalup WA 6919.

The ap­pli­ca­tion will then be con­sid­ered by the Metro North-West Joint De­vel­op­ment As­sess­ment Panel at a fu­ture meet­ing.

De­vel­op­ers of the pro­posal said they had been over­whelmed with more than 350 reg­is­tra­tions of in­ter­est from res­i­dents aged over 55 since lodg­ing the de­vel­op­ment ap­pli­ca­tion in mid-Au­gust.

Of th­ese, about 50 per cent are from peo­ple liv­ing within 3km of the pro­posed site in sub­urbs such as Kin­ross, Cur­ram­bine, Iluka and Burns Beach.

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