Butler: former Masters site could be split into 7 tenancies for showrooms, takeaway and market stalls


The former Masters site in Butler. Picture: Matt Jelonek d472903
The former Masters site in Butler. Picture: Matt Jelonek d472903

THE former Masters store in Butler could be split into seven tenancies for showrooms and a takeaway food outlet, plus market stalls.

The North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel is due to consider a change of use application for the existing building on the corner of Butler Boulevard and Marmion Avenue on Wednesday.

The application seeks to convert the vacant 4.2ha hardware store site into six showrooms, one takeaway outlet and three market or retail stalls.

Planning Solutions has applied for the changes on behalf of owner Hydrox Nominees and agent David Gutwenger of Home Consortium.

The City of Wanneroo report for the August 23 meeting recommends the five-member panel approve the changes, subject to 12 conditions.

It said the showroom and takeaway uses were permitted under the Butler activity centre structure plan, while the market stall was a discretionary use, and the changes did not warrant public consultation.

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