ON THE COAST
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.