On the 22nd April 2015 Hon Terry Redman, Minister for Regional Development; Lands launched Shoreline, the first precinct of the Cockburn Coast Redevelopment Area.
Stretching from South Beach to Port Coogee, Cockburn Coast Redevelopment Area will ultimately become home to some 12,000 people in 6,000 homes over 15 to 20 years, as the project develops.
The redevelopment will rejuvenate 98 hectares of under-used area and will be split in to three precincts, Robb Jetty, Hilltop/Emplacement and the Power Station, each with its own unique design and offering.
The Power Station precinct will ultimately become the centrepiece of the project, with the historic building revitalised and transformed into a lively destination which could feature apartments, shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and galleries.
The community is invited to provide feedback on the master plan, which spans the next twenty years, and shape one of the largest urban renewal projects in Western Australia, which will offer 125,000sqm of retail and commercial floor space and generate an expected 3,000 jobs.
Cockburn Coast will deliver a diverse range of housing which meets the State Government’s Directions 2031 and Beyond strategy which aims to manage population growth and urban sprawl.
LandCorp prepared the master plan on behalf of Synergy, and will continue to work closely with the City of Cockburn, the WA Planning Commission, the Public Transport Authority and existing landowners and businesses to progress the development.
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