Changes made to plans for Trinity shopping centre in Alkimos

Changes made to plans for Trinity shopping centre in Alkimos

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.

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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.