26/11/2015 - 14:43

Milestones for oval redevelopments

26/11/2015 - 14:43

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LandCorp has named a shortlist of three developers for the construction of a fourth lot at Claremont on the Park, while the City of Swan has approved a master plan for the Midland Oval redevelopment.

Milestones for oval redevelopments
An artist's impression of Lot 509 at Claremont on the Park.

LandCorp has named a shortlist of three developers for the construction of a fourth lot at Claremont on the Park, while the City of Swan has approved a master plan for the Midland Oval redevelopment.

Following an expression of interest process, Georgiou Developments, Blackburne and St Ives Group have been shortlisted to build a new mixed-use corner at Claremont on the Park.

Lot 509 will be built up to six levels, comprising at least 119 apartments and up to 1,180 square metres of retail and 1,750sqm of commercial floor space.

With a total size of 4,910sqm, Lot 509 will be the project’s fourth developer lot to be released for sale, with one already awarded to Georgiou and two previously awarded to Mirvac Group.

LandCorp general manager metro, Luke Willcock, said the site would incorporate an existing ground floor retail component that would help activate and connect Claremont on the Park project area with the existing Claremont town centre.

“Located on the corner of Davis Road and Shenton Road, Lot 509 is directly opposite the Claremont train station and within walking distance to the main Claremont shopping precinct and will have views of Claremont Oval at the heart of the estate,” he said.

The successful proponent will be selected early next year.

Meanwhile, at a council meeting last night the City of Swan adopted a master plan for the redevelopment of Midland Oval, as well as the sale of Lot 4 The Avenue, which is situated within the Midland Oval precinct.

City of Swan Mayor Mick Wainwright said it was an exciting project that would revitalise the city.

“Ideas to redevelop this area have been discussed for decades, and it’s pleasing that we will finally be moving ahead with this,” he said.

“This will be a major undertaking that will include new dwellings, restaurants, offices, shops, a civic precinct and a lively town centre.”

Lot 4 The Avenue will become the first stage in the redevelopment process, while the next stage will involve possible further land parcel acquisitions within the precinct, as well as the preparation of civil works designs and local planning scheme provisions.

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