Cinema, shops, dining included in proposed Cockburn Gateway Shopping City redevelopment

An artist impression of what the proposed development could look like.
An artist impression of what the proposed development could look like.

PLANNING has begun for the next expansion of Cockburn Gateway.

More shops, dining and a cinema complex are all in the pipeline for the development slated to replace the carpark between the existing outdoor dining section and the contentious big roundabout, which is expected to be removed under the changes.

Owners Perron Group are turning to the public to gauge what shops, services and restaurants shoppers want to see in the proposed redevelopment.

An artist impression of what the proposed development could look like.

Perron Group property investment general manager Andrew Byars said confirmation of the Armadale Road to North Lake Road bridge construction had allowed them to progress with the next stage of their expansion program.

“We know how important it is to keep up with the needs of the local community and we will continue to listen to feedback as we plan for the next phase of Cockburn Gateway’s redevelopment,” he said.

“We are in the early stages of planning and know the aim is to offer the local community more choice, with an emphasis on more entertainment options, including cinemas and additional restaurants, fashion and services.

“There is also the potential to add residential and commercial space, with a town centre in the overall mix, plus additional shopping and lifestyle options.”

To have your say visit www.growingwithcockburn.com.au.