City of Wanneroo invites expressions of interest from community groups for vacant land

City of Wanneroo invites expressions of interest from community groups for vacant land

THE City of Wanneroo has invited expressions of interest from community groups and not-for-profit organisations for sites in Tapping and Landsdale.

Groups have until 4pm on November 24 to register to develop and occupy all or part of the sites at 76 Ashley Road in Tapping and 15 The Broadview in Landsdale.

The first is a 5000sq m freehold site bounded by Ashley Park conservation reserve and strata units and is opposite Jimbub Reserve.

The 5000sq m Landsdale site on Crown Reserve is under a management order for community purposes with the power to lease for a maximum of 21 years.

It is adjacent to Broadview Park, a medical centre and a small shopping centre.

The minimum lease terms would be 10 years.

The City had also invited expressions of interest from community groups interested in leasing the vacant 486sq m ground floor tenancy at Wanneroo Community Centre, which will be available from mid-2018.

Visit www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au for more.

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