CITY of Wanneroo has invited expressions of interest for demolition of the old Yanchep Surf Life Saving Club and redevelopment of the 2130sq m site.
In a statement released today, the City called for commercial organisations, individuals or joint venture partners to demolish the existing building and build an “architecturally progressive, iconic building”.
It said that should help position Yanchep Lagoon Precinct as a vibrant, regional tourist destination and the City was open to all potential development options, provided they complied with planning and environmental requirements.
“Opportunities such as an upmarket restaurant, bar, function centre or similar tourist attraction will be considered,” it said.
“Due to the significant investment needed to revitalise the area, the City is open to negotiating the rental costs for the right candidate.
“Pending expressions of interest and approvals, the site will be available for development in mid-late 2018.
“Although lease terms are negotiable, the rental period would be long term, ranging from 10-21 years.”
For general enquiries, call Karen Godridge on 9405 5409 or for lease enquiries, call Neil Scanes on 9405 5681.
EOI registrations close 4pm on December 14 and must by registered with with Karen Godridge, property projects officer, via mail, Locked Bag 1, Wanneroo WA 6946.
Applicants deemed appropriate for further consideration will receive a Stage 2 EOI information pack in late December and a non-mandatory site visit planned for January 19.
As reported earlier this week, the volunteer lifesavers hope to move into the new building on Brazier Road next month.
Update, 3.30pm: The City’s community and place director Debbie Terelinck said the City was finalising the construction and commissioning of the new building and working towards a November 20 move-in date.