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

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Proposed 30 Storey Mixed Use Development Application (amendment to Approved Development)

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

The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) granted development approval for a 29 storey Mixed Development building on this site on 2 April 2020.

The developer has now proposed amendments to the approved development. The revised plans for a 30 storey Mixed Development building have now been submitted to City of South Perth for assessment.

Further information on this DA can be found below and to the right of this page.

The key amendments to the approved development are summarised as follows:

  • Changing the use of a floor level from office to residential apartments (Level 5). This change results in the overall non-residential floor space decreasing from 2,600m2 to 1,860m2 (approximately)
  • Redesigning the internal layout of the residential apartments
  • The above changes result in the number of residential apartments increasing from 93 to 109 dwellings
  • Reduction to the floor to ceiling heights on the upper residential floor levels to include an additional storey within the same tower height
  • Minor changes to the internal layout of the car park and services to accommodate the other changes to the building
  • Increase to the maximum height of the roof-top plant and services by 3 metres (approximately)

The proposed amendments to the approved development do not change the following:

  • Land uses contained with the development
  • Tower height (except for the roof-top plant)
  • Tower setbacks
  • Podium height and setbacks
  • Exterior architectural design
  • Provision of the occupier and community benefits.

The development with the proposed amendments can be summarised as follows:

  • 30 storeys, 100m above ground level (approximately), plus 2 basement levels
  • 109 residential apartments (Levels 5-29) and amenities (level 18)
  • Café/restaurant tenancy with alfresco dining area and gourmet deli tenancy (ground level)
  • Commercial floor space / consulting rooms and office (levels 1-2)
  • Art gallery (level 3)
  • Commercial health spa and gymnasium (level 4)
  • Community hub, including meeting rooms, library/reading room, cinemarette, classrooms and outdoor terrace (level 4)
  • 2 lobbies (residential and commercial)
  • 209 car bays, bicycle parking and end-of-trip facilities
  • Storerooms, utilities and servicing infrastructure.

Background

The previous development applications on this site were originally considered by the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP), most recently on 25 June 2018. Following the DAP’s refusal, the developer took the application to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) for review.

The SAT held hearings in 2019 and the SAT granted development approval for a 29 storey Mixed Development building on 2 April 2020. The SAT’s decision can be viewed on the eCourts Portal of Western Australia website.

The City recently received the current amendment development application that proposes to amend the approved development.

How can I make a comment about the proposed 30 storey Development Application (Amendment to Approved Development)?

Stakeholders are invited to comment on the proposed DA:

Any comments submitted should only relate to the proposed amendments that are the subject of this application.

All related comments received will be taken into consideration by the City, who will make the final decision on the amendment development application.

Feedback on the revised plans closes 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2020.

Proposed 30 Storey Mixed Use Development Application (amendment to Approved Development)

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

The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) granted development approval for a 29 storey Mixed Development building on this site on 2 April 2020.

The developer has now proposed amendments to the approved development. The revised plans for a 30 storey Mixed Development building have now been submitted to City of South Perth for assessment.

Further information on this DA can be found below and to the right of this page.

The key amendments to the approved development are summarised as follows:

  • Changing the use of a floor level from office to residential apartments (Level 5). This change results in the overall non-residential floor space decreasing from 2,600m2 to 1,860m2 (approximately)
  • Redesigning the internal layout of the residential apartments
  • The above changes result in the number of residential apartments increasing from 93 to 109 dwellings
  • Reduction to the floor to ceiling heights on the upper residential floor levels to include an additional storey within the same tower height
  • Minor changes to the internal layout of the car park and services to accommodate the other changes to the building
  • Increase to the maximum height of the roof-top plant and services by 3 metres (approximately)

The proposed amendments to the approved development do not change the following:

  • Land uses contained with the development
  • Tower height (except for the roof-top plant)
  • Tower setbacks
  • Podium height and setbacks
  • Exterior architectural design
  • Provision of the occupier and community benefits.

The development with the proposed amendments can be summarised as follows:

  • 30 storeys, 100m above ground level (approximately), plus 2 basement levels
  • 109 residential apartments (Levels 5-29) and amenities (level 18)
  • Café/restaurant tenancy with alfresco dining area and gourmet deli tenancy (ground level)
  • Commercial floor space / consulting rooms and office (levels 1-2)
  • Art gallery (level 3)
  • Commercial health spa and gymnasium (level 4)
  • Community hub, including meeting rooms, library/reading room, cinemarette, classrooms and outdoor terrace (level 4)
  • 2 lobbies (residential and commercial)
  • 209 car bays, bicycle parking and end-of-trip facilities
  • Storerooms, utilities and servicing infrastructure.

Background

The previous development applications on this site were originally considered by the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP), most recently on 25 June 2018. Following the DAP’s refusal, the developer took the application to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) for review.

The SAT held hearings in 2019 and the SAT granted development approval for a 29 storey Mixed Development building on 2 April 2020. The SAT’s decision can be viewed on the eCourts Portal of Western Australia website.

The City recently received the current amendment development application that proposes to amend the approved development.

How can I make a comment about the proposed 30 storey Development Application (Amendment to Approved Development)?

Stakeholders are invited to comment on the proposed DA:

Any comments submitted should only relate to the proposed amendments that are the subject of this application.

All related comments received will be taken into consideration by the City, who will make the final decision on the amendment development application.

Feedback on the revised plans closes 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2020.

  • The out for comment period has now closed.


    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 Building Development Applications have been noted by the City and do not need to be repeated.


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  • The out for comment period has now closed.

    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
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  • The out for comment period has now closed.

    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
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