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Development Application - 72-74 Mill Point Rd, South Perth

Consultation has concluded

Proposed 29 Storey Mixed Use Development Application

The City of South Perth is inviting your comments on the revised town planning Development Application (DA) at No. 72-74 Mill Point Road, South Perth.

The Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) refused development approval for a 36 storey Mixed Development building at Nos. 72-74 Mill Point Road, South Perth on 7 March 2018. The applicant subsequently lodged an application for review to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT).

Following mediation between the parties, the SAT has now invited the applicant to prepare amended plans and the DAP to reconsider the application by 26 June 2018, in accordance with section 31(1) of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004. The revised plans for a 29 storey Mixed Development building have now been submitted to City of South Perth for assessment.

To provide you with further information on this DA, details can be found in the text below and in the modules on this site - including documents with the full application, design proposal and plans, timeline, FAQ's and an outline of the process.

Feedback on the revised plans closed 5pm, Tuesday 5 June 2018.

The new proposal can be summarised as follows:

  • 29 storeys, 100m above ground level
  • 39 car bays and bicycle parking
  • Storerooms, utilities and servicing infrastructure
  • Café/Restaurant tenancy with alfresco dining area
  • Community meeting room
  • 2 lobbies (Residential and Commercial)
  • 17 car bays, bicycle parking and end-of-trip facilities
  • Utilities and servicing infrastructure
  • Commercial floorspace / Consulting Rooms and Office
  • 110 car bays, bicycle parking and storerooms
  • Commercial health spa, gymnasium and café (Level 4)
  • Public garden terrace (Level 4)
  • 16 serviced apartment units (Levels 4-6)
  • 89 residential apartments (Levels 7-28) and amenities (Level 18)

Background

In late November 2017, the City received a new application and proposal for the development site at 74 Mill Point Road, South Perth (now numbered 72 & 74 Mill Point Road, South Perth). While some similarities exist in the design of this latest development application and previous proposals for the site, some significant changes have been made. Changes were largely been in response to Amendment 46, which comprised modification and additional provisions to the Schedule 9 development controls which guide development within the Special Control Area 1 (SCA1) – South Perth Station Precinct.

How can I make a comment about the proposed 29 storey Development Application?

The City will notify everyone who made a submission via email or post in response to the previous Development Applications inviting them to review the latest Development Application.

Stakeholders are invited to comment on the proposed DA:

All comments made in relation to the original and revised Building Development Applications have been noted by the City and do not need to be repeated.

Feedback received will be taken into consideration in the development of formal recommendations by the City to the DAP who will make the final decision on the proposed development.

Proposed 29 Storey Mixed Use Development Application

The City of South Perth is inviting your comments on the revised town planning Development Application (DA) at No. 72-74 Mill Point Road, South Perth.

The Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) refused development approval for a 36 storey Mixed Development building at Nos. 72-74 Mill Point Road, South Perth on 7 March 2018. The applicant subsequently lodged an application for review to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT).

Following mediation between the parties, the SAT has now invited the applicant to prepare amended plans and the DAP to reconsider the application by 26 June 2018, in accordance with section 31(1) of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004. The revised plans for a 29 storey Mixed Development building have now been submitted to City of South Perth for assessment.

To provide you with further information on this DA, details can be found in the text below and in the modules on this site - including documents with the full application, design proposal and plans, timeline, FAQ's and an outline of the process.

Feedback on the revised plans closed 5pm, Tuesday 5 June 2018.

The new proposal can be summarised as follows:

  • 29 storeys, 100m above ground level
  • 39 car bays and bicycle parking
  • Storerooms, utilities and servicing infrastructure
  • Café/Restaurant tenancy with alfresco dining area
  • Community meeting room
  • 2 lobbies (Residential and Commercial)
  • 17 car bays, bicycle parking and end-of-trip facilities
  • Utilities and servicing infrastructure
  • Commercial floorspace / Consulting Rooms and Office
  • 110 car bays, bicycle parking and storerooms
  • Commercial health spa, gymnasium and café (Level 4)
  • Public garden terrace (Level 4)
  • 16 serviced apartment units (Levels 4-6)
  • 89 residential apartments (Levels 7-28) and amenities (Level 18)

Background

In late November 2017, the City received a new application and proposal for the development site at 74 Mill Point Road, South Perth (now numbered 72 & 74 Mill Point Road, South Perth). While some similarities exist in the design of this latest development application and previous proposals for the site, some significant changes have been made. Changes were largely been in response to Amendment 46, which comprised modification and additional provisions to the Schedule 9 development controls which guide development within the Special Control Area 1 (SCA1) – South Perth Station Precinct.

How can I make a comment about the proposed 29 storey Development Application?

The City will notify everyone who made a submission via email or post in response to the previous Development Applications inviting them to review the latest Development Application.

Stakeholders are invited to comment on the proposed DA:

All comments made in relation to the original and revised Building Development Applications have been noted by the City and do not need to be repeated.

Feedback received will be taken into consideration in the development of formal recommendations by the City to the DAP who will make the final decision on the proposed development.

  • The out for comment period has now closed.

    Submit Your Feedback Online for Revised 29 Storey DA

    Your submission should include:

    • your name and postal address to enable the City to acknowledge receipt of your submission and to update you from time to time as to the progress of the Development Application
    • reasons why you either support or oppose the Development Application

    All comments made in relation to the original 36 Storey Building Development Application have been noted by the City and do not need to be repeated.

    Your submission should include:

    • your name and postal address to enable the City to acknowledge receipt of your submission and to update you from time to time as to the progress of the Development Application
    • reasons why you either support or oppose the Development Application

    All comments made in relation to the original 36 Storey Building Development Application have been noted by the City and do not need to be repeated.

    Consultation has concluded
  • The out for comment period has now closed.

    Submit Your Feedback Online for proposed 36 storey mixed use DA

    Your submission should include:

    • your name and postal address to enable the City to acknowledge receipt of your submission and to update you from time to time as to the progress of the Development Application
    • reasons why you either support or oppose the Development Application

    Your submission should include:

    • your name and postal address to enable the City to acknowledge receipt of your submission and to update you from time to time as to the progress of the Development Application
    • reasons why you either support or oppose the Development Application

    Consultation has concluded