Madeley takeaway plans tabled at Wanneroo Council

Madeley Plaza.
Madeley Plaza.

TWO takeaway food outlet applications for a Madeley shopping centre are due to be considered by Wanneroo Council next week.

The council refused the first application, for a Spanish and Italian cuisine outlet, in July due to its impact on amenity for neighbouring residents.

Applicant CF Town Planning and Development on behalf of landowner Rocco Antonio Nardone Conpec appealed to the State Administrative Tribunal and revised plans during mediation, which the council is due to consider on November 12.

The second application is for a Turkish bakery, pizza and kebab outlet, which the council will consider for the first time.

City staff have recommended conditional approval for both applications, but councillors raised concerns at the November 5 briefing session about odour, exhaust systems and operating hours, with the first expected to operate from 7am to 7pm and the second to operate from 10am to 10pm, both seven days a week.

Councillors raised concerns about the impact odour and fumes would have on people living behind Madeley Plaza.

If approved, both outlets would be tenants in the Madeley Plaza shops, located on the corner of Russell Road and Langford Boulevard.

Construction of the development is nearing completion and has 11 tenancies, with takeaways a discretionary use.

During public question time at the briefing session, a Madeley resident asked the council to consider submissions supporting the applications lodged during consultation earlier this year.