City of Bayswater and JDAP to consider changes to approved redevelopment of Galleria Shopping Centre

Galleria Shopping Centre.

An artist impression of the proposed redevelopment of Galleria.
Galleria Shopping Centre. An artist impression of the proposed redevelopment of Galleria.

MINOR changes to the approved redevelopment of Galleria Shopping Centre in Morley will be considered by the City of Bayswater and a development assessment panel this year.

In September 2016, the City and the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) approved co-owners Vicinity Centres and Perron Group’s proposed expansion of the Galleria.

A Galleria spokesperson said the co-owners submitted an amended development application with minor cosmetic changes which were made during the planning of a proposed restaurant precinct and relocation of the stormwater basin.

They said both parties were continuing to work through several pre-conditions for the development, including obtaining investment approvals from the boards.

The current plans include additional specialty stores targeting international brands, Australian designers and fashion stores, a department store and supermarket concepts.

A restaurant and casual dining precinct, gourmet fresh food market hall and a cutting-edge dining court form part of the new dining experiences.

There will also be a leisure and entertainment zone and an urban plaza to Russell Street and additional multi-deck parking wrapped around the east, south and western sides of the centre.

JDAP received the amended development application on December 11 but a meeting date has not yet been determined.

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