City of Joondalup seeking feedback on housing proposals in Hillarys, Kallaroo, Heathridge, Warwick and Duncraig

3 Bootie Place. Photo: Martin Kennealey
3 Bootie Place. Photo: Martin Kennealey

A SINGLE-storey house in Hillarys could be transformed into a two-storey development with six units.

The City of Joondalup has received a development application for the proposal at 3 Bootie Place.

An artist’s sketch of the propped unis at 3 Bootie Place, Hillarys.

The applicant has sought discretions with reduced setbacks, open space and landscaping.

The City is seeking feedback on the plans until February 25.

An application has also been submitted for three single-storey and one two-storey dwellings at 44 Batavia Place in Kallaroo.

Discretions being sought include reduced visitor car parking bays, setbacks, open space and landscaping, the removal of a tree more than 3m high and the front fence more than 1.2m above natural ground level.

Plans are open for public comment until February 28, as are plans for four new single-storey dwellings at 49 Ellendale Drive in Heathridge.

The dwellings consist of three three-bedroom and one two-bedroom units.

An artist’s impression of units B and C.

The applicant has requested discretions such as reduced setbacks and open space, “over height and over length boundary walls”, store rooms less then 4sq m and dimensions for an outdoor living area less than 4m.

An artist’s impression of units C and D.

An application for a single-storey triplex has also been submitted for 56 Hillwood Avenue in Warwick.

The proposal is for three three-bedroom units but with discretions in the areas of reduced setbacks and open space, boundary walls, an outdoor living area and the solid front fence being more than 1.2m.

Submissions on this proposal can be made until February 27.

Another triplex is also proposed for 47 Davallia Road in Duncraig.

The application is for three two-storey, three-bedroom units, with discretions including reduced setbacks and open space and the outdoor living areas.

The City is seeking feedback until February 21.

Submissions on all proposals can be made via, posted to PO Box 21, Joondalup WA or call 9400 4100.