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The joint-venture between TRG Properties and Primewest will deliver an eight-storey mixed-use development comprising 140 apartments as well as commercial and retail space. Image: TRG Properties

Developments launch renewal of Shenton Park heritage

The state government has named Fini Group and TRG Properties, in partnership with Primewest, as the successful proponents for the first two development lots at LandCorp’s infill project Montario Quarter, located at the former Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital site.

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This looks like a good development concept, and proceeding with this kind of well planned infil illustrates why we don't need wholesale planning amendments across the Western Suburbs (Cambridge's Amendment 31 springs to mind). It is, however, to be hoped that some of the money going into Landcorp for this development will make its way into the surrounding road infrastructure, in particular (as a priority) a realignment and widening of the Nash St bridge, a roundabout where Nash St and Selby St intersect, and another on the Lemnos St/Brockway Road intersection: otherwise those 2000 residents will face morning gridlock trying to get out of their new homes. But I'm sure Landcorp and the State government will say everyone will be using the train so it won't be necessary ....

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