25/06/2021 - 15:00

ADC_ progresses $48m Mosman Park proposal

25/06/2021 - 15:00

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Australian Development Capital has lodged updated plans to build a $48.8 million residential development and shopping precinct in Mosman Park, a project it hopes to expedite through the state’s Development Assessment Unit.

The plan comprises apartments and townhouses, a supermarket, shops, cafés/restaurants, a liquor store and gym at the site of the Mosman Heights neighbourhood centre on Manning Street. Image: ADC_

Australian Development Capital (ADC_) has lodged updated plans to build a $48.8 million residential development and shopping precinct in Mosman Park, a project it hopes to expedite through the state’s Development Assessment Unit.

The development application for Mos Lane, which was lodged on Tuesday, comprises apartments and townhouses, a supermarket, shops, cafés/restaurants, a liquor store and gym at the site of the Mosman Heights neighbourhood centre on Manning Street.

But Business News understands that few details about the proposal will be made publicly available until the public advertising period begins in mid-July.

The application surfaced on the website of the state government’s State Development Assessment Unit (SDAU) this week, a body established to streamline the approvals process and expedite developments to assist with economic recovery in the wake of COVID-19.

In December 2020, ADC_ unveiled plans to redevelop the Manning Street site into a residential, wellness and entertainment precinct, featuring 93 apartments, a health and wellness centre, and new retailers at a cost of $100 million.

But a spokesperson for the company told Business News that design had since been refined.

Public advertising for the proposal is expected to begin on July 20, at which time the ADC_ team is expected to engage with the local community and stakeholders about the plan.

A spokesperson from the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage told Business News the proposal had been referred to the Town of Mosman Park and other relevant regulatory agencies, prior to the public consultation in July. 

The feedback received will be considered by the WA Planning Commission when it assesses the proposal in the coming months.

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