16-level Complex Approved for Subiaco

A 16-storey development proposed for the derelict Subiaco Pavilion Markets site has been approved by the Western Australian government. Planning minister John Day has announced an amendment had been made to Subiaco’s planning scheme which would permit the development to go ahead.

The site has lain vacant for a number of years and will be replaced by 232 residential apartments, 94 serviced short-stay hotel apartments, 18 specialty shops, a supermarket, and conference facilities.
D2 Property is proposing an eight storey building on Roberts and Rokeby roads and16 storeys set back towards the rear of the site.

The minister directed the City of Subiaco to initiate the amendment under the Planning and Development Act that permits the minister to intervene when developers ask for a review of a local government planning decision.

The City of Subiaco wanted only eight storeys on the site. The site’s future has been uncertain since the City of Subiaco rejected the proposed scheme amendment in 2011.

Mr Day said, “Subiaco is a strategically important suburb in the inner city area that can accommodate a significant local population. It is a suburb that is changing and developments such as the one proposed on this site will attract people to the area and assist in its rejuvenation.”

Ian Day from D2 Property said the site would be home to a unique and stylish development that would allow the very best in apartment living, as well as boutique food, dining and living to be delivered on this strategically important site.

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