Clarkson childcare and shop plans out for consultation

The proposed childcare and mixed use development site in Catalina estate in Clarkson.
The proposed childcare and mixed use development site in Catalina estate in Clarkson.

PLANS for a childcare centre and mixed use development in Clarkson are out for public consultation.

The City of Wanneroo has invited submissions until January 8 on an application to build the $4 million, three-storey development at 48 Roulettes Parade on the corner of Aviator Boulevard in the Catalina estate.

An artist’s impression of the Catalina mixed use development.

As well as a childcare centre, the plans include five shops on the ground floor, a cafe or restaurant with alfresco dining, three office tenancies on the first floor, and a three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on the second floor.

The childcare centre would accommodate up to 81 children and 15 staff members, and have enclosed outdoor play spaces.

It is proposed to operate from 6.30am to 6.30pm on weekdays and 8am to 5pm on Saturdays.

An artist’s impression of the Catalina childcare centre.

Overall the development would have 49 on-site parking bays and 12 on-street bays.

The Metro North-West Development Assessment Panel will determine the application at a future meeting.

Visit www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au to make a submission.

Plans for the Catalina childcare centre and mixed-use development in Clarkson.

The panel recently approved changes to a plans for a childcare centre in Wanneroo, including removing the cap on staff numbers and changing a condition on staff parking outside peak drop-off and pick-up times.

The panel had originally approved the $2.1 million Green Leaves Early Learning centre on the corner of Wanneroo and San Rosa roads in February.

An artist’s impression of the Green Leaves Early Learning Centre in Wanneroo.