CHANGES have been made to a $17.5 million development in Alkimos.
The North-West Metropolitan Development Assessment Panel approved amendments to the mixed use development on Longstaff Avenue last month.
It will feature shops, a medical centre, liquor store, childcare centre, convenience store, recreation centre and pharmacy.
PTS Town Planning applied for six changes to the development on behalf of owner Trinity Success Developments.
These were reducing on-site car bays by seven and retail net lettable area by 29sq m; adding a 3m high acoustic wall along the southern boundary of the childcare centre; minor changes to the finished floor levels of some tenancies; increasing the height of the supermarket building and service area; and modifications to the materials used for the buildings’ external faces.
A report by the City of Wanneroo supported the amendments, along with minor changes to three conditions, and was endorsed unanimously by the panel.