Development Application - 86-90 Mill Point Rd, South Perth

Consultation has concluded

Revision to the revised 32 Storey Mixed Use Development Application

Plans for the proposed 32-storey Mixed Development have been superseded by revised plans prepared by the applicant due to changes to the town planning scheme (TPS6 Amendment 46).

Background

36 Storey Building DA (135.80m AHD)

A proposal for 86 - 90 Mill Point Rd, South Perth was refused by the Metropolitan Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) at their meeting on 14 March 2016.

On 19 April 2016 the applicant lodged an application for the review of the decision of the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) to refuse the development application (DAP/15/00931)

Revised 34 Storey Mixed Use DA

Plans for a revised 34 Storey building at 86 - 90 Mill Point Rd were received on 23 August 2016.

The applicant lodged an application for the review of the decision of the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) with Stata Administrative Tribunal (SAT). Following recent SAT Mediation, the applicant lodged revised plans for the proposed development.

Although the overall design appearance was not significantly altered, other elements were affected.

A summary of the proposal was as follows:

  • Proposed 34 Storeys Mixed Use Development (Roof RL129.60m AHD)
  • Within the 5 storeys podium, 5 mezzanine levels to accommodate the following:
    • 409 car parkings bays, stores and end of trip facilities;
    • Café and Restaurant at Ground Level;
    • Offices at Levels 1 and 2;
    • Child Day Centre at Levels 3 and 4; and
    • High Level Residential Aged Care Facility with associated services at Levels 3 to 4;
  • The 29 storeys tower consisted of
    • 124 suites High Level Residential Aged Care Facility with communal area at Levels 5 to 14; and
    • 91 Multiple Dwellings at Levels 15 to 33.

The Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) refused this application on 9 November 2016. The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) invited the Metro Central JDAP to reconsider this application, based upon an amended proposal submitted by the applicant.

Revised 32 Storey Mixed Use Development Application

The City of South Perth received revised plans for a 32 storey building at 86-90 Mill Point Rd, South Perth on 14 February 2017.

This proposal was a 32-storey Mixed Development (123.4m AHD maximum height), consisting of:

  • Non-Residential land uses – Café / Restaurant, Child Day Care Centre, High Level Residential Aged Care Facility, Office and Shop;
  • 83 Multiple Dwellings; and
  • 340 Car Parking Bays.

Feedback closed at 5pm Tuesday 18 April 2017.


Revision to the revised 32 Storey Mixed Use Development Application

Plans for the proposed 32-storey Mixed Development have been superseded by revised plans prepared by the applicant due to changes to the town planning scheme (TPS6 Amendment 46).

Background

36 Storey Building DA (135.80m AHD)

A proposal for 86 - 90 Mill Point Rd, South Perth was refused by the Metropolitan Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) at their meeting on 14 March 2016.

On 19 April 2016 the applicant lodged an application for the review of the decision of the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) to refuse the development application (DAP/15/00931)

Revised 34 Storey Mixed Use DA

Plans for a revised 34 Storey building at 86 - 90 Mill Point Rd were received on 23 August 2016.

The applicant lodged an application for the review of the decision of the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) with Stata Administrative Tribunal (SAT). Following recent SAT Mediation, the applicant lodged revised plans for the proposed development.

Although the overall design appearance was not significantly altered, other elements were affected.

A summary of the proposal was as follows:

  • Proposed 34 Storeys Mixed Use Development (Roof RL129.60m AHD)
  • Within the 5 storeys podium, 5 mezzanine levels to accommodate the following:
    • 409 car parkings bays, stores and end of trip facilities;
    • Café and Restaurant at Ground Level;
    • Offices at Levels 1 and 2;
    • Child Day Centre at Levels 3 and 4; and
    • High Level Residential Aged Care Facility with associated services at Levels 3 to 4;
  • The 29 storeys tower consisted of
    • 124 suites High Level Residential Aged Care Facility with communal area at Levels 5 to 14; and
    • 91 Multiple Dwellings at Levels 15 to 33.

The Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) refused this application on 9 November 2016. The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) invited the Metro Central JDAP to reconsider this application, based upon an amended proposal submitted by the applicant.

Revised 32 Storey Mixed Use Development Application

The City of South Perth received revised plans for a 32 storey building at 86-90 Mill Point Rd, South Perth on 14 February 2017.

This proposal was a 32-storey Mixed Development (123.4m AHD maximum height), consisting of:

  • Non-Residential land uses – Café / Restaurant, Child Day Care Centre, High Level Residential Aged Care Facility, Office and Shop;
  • 83 Multiple Dwellings; and
  • 340 Car Parking Bays.

Feedback closed at 5pm Tuesday 18 April 2017.


  • 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.

    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
  • 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.

    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
  • 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.

    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