Feedback sought on plans for two childcare centres

An artist's impression of the proposed childcare centre on Marlinspike Boulevard, Jindalee.
An artist's impression of the proposed childcare centre on Marlinspike Boulevard, Jindalee.

CHILDCARE centres are proposed in the growing suburbs Jindalee and Alkimos, with plans out for public consultation.

The City of Wanneroo has invited submissions on plans for the double-storey development on the corner of Marlinspike and reflection boulevards in Eden Beach estate until October 3.

The proposed childcare centre site on Marlinspike Boulevard.

Owner and operator Ashani Holdings plans to have up to 87 children and 12 staff on the site, with the centre to operate from 6.30am to 6.30pm on week days.

The plans include 12 staff parking bays on Tonna Lane and 12 customer bays access via Nicobar Way.

It would have two outdoor play areas adjacent to Marlinspike Boulevard and a third outdoor space on the upper floor of the building.

Submissions, which will be included in a report to Wanneroo Council when the application is considered, can be made via the City’s website.

An artist’s impression of the proposed childcare centre with outdoor play areas on Marlinspike Boulevard.

The City has also invited submissions on another application for a childcare centre in Alkimos until October 10.

The proposed single-storey development on Bainbridge Avenue would accommodate up to 71 children and 13 staff, with 17 parking bays and two outdoor play areas included in the plans.

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An artist’s impression of the Bainbridge Avenue childcare centre in Alkimos.

Warehouse planned at Wangara business

Feedback is also sought on plans for a warehouse development in Wangara.

The City  has invited submissions on a company’s plans to build a covered workshop and warehouse at 31 Windsor Road.

The applicant already assembles transportable units in an open area at the site, then ships them to clients, but wanted to build a covered area with concrete floor.

Consultation advertised on the City’s website will close on October 11, with a report due to be presented for consideration at a future council meeting.

An artist’s impression of the Wangara warehouse.