Cuddles Childcare Group seeks expressions of interest from Two Rocks parents for places at child care centre

Cuddles Childcare Group manager Cliff Carver.
Cuddles Childcare Group manager Cliff Carver.

CUDDLES Childcare Group is asking for expressions of interest from parents with young children in the Two Rocks area for places at a child care centre due to open later this year.

Construction recently started on the $3 million centre on the corner of Mayflower Parade and Breakwater Drive, opposite Atlantis Beach Baptist College.

Gerard Carver established the group 23 years ago, and it operates four child care centres in Perth, catering for children up to 12 years old.

His son Cliff manages the company and said it had a conservative approach to developing the business.

“We decided to purchase this development site at Atlantis Beach because of its prime high visible location in the heart of the social hub for the community,” he said.

“The area is primed for major population growth over the coming years, mainly driven by young families who will require a service such as ours.

“We engaged the expertise of Macri Architects to design our new childcare centre which will set new standards in WA for its environmentally friendly features such as using specially planted mature trees for canopy cover.”

An artist’s impression of the Cuddles Child Care Centre.

Atlantis Beach estate project director Jarrod Rendell said the centre was important infrastructure for the development.

“This social hub at Atlantis Beach will also include a new Jupiter Health Medical Centre which will also begin construction this year.

“At the outset of the Atlantis Beach, we set our focus on the early provision of additional amenity that would be attractive to our community and especially to younger families.”

Mr Rendell said more than 50 per cent of land sales since the estate launched in 2014 had been to first-home buyers, many with young children.

Send expression of interests for places or job opportunities to or call 0405 907 859.

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