The state government is seeking developers to complete the five remaining mixed-use lots in the second stage of its Cockburn Central urban regeneration plan.
Lands Minister Brendon Grylls said the Cockburn Central town centre was a priority project that illustrated the delivery of Activity Centres under the governmnet’s planning framework, Directions 2031.
The final available lots range in size, from 3,299 square metres to 1.05 hectares.
“Updated design guidelines have been prepared for the land release to ensure Cockburn Central Town Center continues to grow into a contemporary, attractive neighbourhood with an emphasis on liveability,” Mr Grylls said.
Cockburn Central is currently home to 550 residents and hosts two government agencies – FESA headquarters and a police hub.
The town centre will ultimately house 2,000 residents across 1,100 apartments.
“Civil works are under way for Stage 2 to ensure the land is ready for development as soon as the EOI and a subsequent request for proposal processes were completed,” Mr Grylls said.