Feedback sought on changes proposed for Iluka apartments

An artist impression of the recently approved One Iluka Beach apartment project.
An artist impression of the recently approved One Iluka Beach apartment project.

THE City of Joondalup is seeking feedback to proposed modifications to previously approved apartments in Iluka.

Dubbed One Iluka Beach, the $6 million three-storey development at 11 Mykonos View, alongside Iluka Plaza and the three-storey Odyssey Residences at Beaumaris Beach for over-55s, was approved last March with 24 apartments.

However, developer Bode, previously known as Helm Living, has applied to have this reduced to 23 apartments by amalgamating two of the units.

Other changes include the removal of three resident car parking bays, resulting in a total of 37 bays on site, the removal of a condition requiring one visitor parking bay on site and amending another to allow for clothes drying in private courtyards and balconies where screened from public view, minor changes to the external facade of the building, and increasing the height of the boundary walls to the eastern and southern lot boundaries next to the carports.

It now proposed to have two one-bedroom, 13 two-bedroom and eight three-bedroom units.

Submissions can be made via info@joondalup.wa.gov.au or PO Box 21, Joondalup WA 6919 before January 22.

One Iluka Beach has now sold more than 45 per cent to locals within a 5km radius of the project.

Construction is expected to start early this year and be completed by mid-2021.

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