PLANS for a beach tavern at the former Yanchep surf life saving club site are out for public comment.
The City of Wanneroo started a two-stage expression of interest to redevelop the site north of Yanchep Lagoon in October 2017.
According to the City’s website, the EOI requested demolition of the existing building and the exploration of potential redevelopment for “an aspirational and iconic commercial opportunity”.
Birch Group’s proposal for the Laguna – Fresh Starts venue are out for public comment until April 12.
The site has 2130sq m of developable area and falls within the State-owned ‘parks and recreation’ reserve.
Visit www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au for more information or to make a submission.
The City is also running consultation on the Yanchep Lagoon master plan, which will close on April 19.
UPDATE, April 2: A REPORT on Wanneroo Council’s April meeting agenda outlines plans for the old Yanchep surf life saving club site redevelopment.
The report will seek council’s support on April 9 for a sub-lease and ground sub-lease to Westland Corporate trading as Laguna – Fresh Starts.
It said the company would finalise the detailed design once the sub-lease agreement was finalised and submit a development application, which would also go out for public consultation.
If approved, it is expected to take 15 months to build and fit out the venue, which could open in spring 2020.
The council report said following a two-year rent-free period, the City would receive $20,000 a year in rent, with CPI increases over the 21-year lease.