23/06/2011 - 00:00

LandCorp in Rivervale offer

23/06/2011 - 00:00

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LANDCORP has opened the call for builders and developers to lodge expressions of interest to develop the first release of lots at the Springs Estate in Rivervale.

LandCorp in Rivervale offer

LANDCORP has opened the call for builders and developers to lodge expressions of interest to develop the first release of lots at the Springs Estate in Rivervale.

The EoI process includes the release of three medium-density residential sites and two mixed-use sites over 1.6 hectares.

Design guidelines ensure a range of building heights of between two and six storeys, with a major commercial site on the corner of Graham Farmer Freeway and Great Eastern Highway having the potential of up to 15 storeys.

Builders and developers will be selected on certain criteria, including experience and capability.

Lands Minister Brendon Grylls said the estate was set to become one of the most innovative residential and commercial developments in the metropolitan area.

“This key site has the position and potential to attract some of the most creative developers in Australia,” Mr Grylls said in a statement.

When complete, the 14ha Springs Rivervale development will comprise more than 1,000 homes and 40,000 metres of commercial space.

Expressions of interest close in late July.

With the lots at Springs Rivervale already being created by LandCorp, construction of the Stage 1 buildings is expected to start early next year, following City of Belmont approvals.

Mr Grylls said the LandCorp development would reflect the state government’s planning vision for Perth, Directions 2031, launched in August last year.

 

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