Parkside Walk is an exciting new development by LandCorp at the former nursery site located on Salvado Road, Jolimont between the Wembley Sports Park and Henderson Park. Mabel Talbot Park is located to the south-east of the site, while the Cambridge Street retail and commercial strip is one block (approximately 200m) to the north.
The site was previously used as a plant nursery by the City of Perth, until it ceased operation in 1994 when the Town of Cambridge was created, and has remained vacant since then.
What will the redevelopment look like?
The development will feature a range of attractive and contemporary housing types from single houses to low and medium rise apartments in a parkland setting. Pedestrian and cycle connections, linking the area’s surrounding green spaces and amenities, will be a strong feature of the development.
The approved Outline Development Plan for the site depicts the site accommodating up to 350 new dwellings. This will include 24 residential lots and up to seven apartment sites.
LandCorp has worked to ensure that the development layout is appropriate for the site’s location and context.
What planning approvals are in place?
Following public advertising in 2013, the site was rezoned to Residential under the local Town of Cambridge Town Planning Scheme and approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission in mid 2014.
An Outline Development Plan (ODP), which provides details of future roads, land uses and residential densities, was advertised for public comment in November 2014 and was approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission in July 2015.
Design Guidelines have been prepared to ensure the highest quality buildings and landscaping is developed at the site.
How will traffic access the site?
Traffic will access the site primarily from Salvado Road, with alternative access available from the Wembley Sports Park access road. This includes a direct connection to Selby Street.
Will the existing roads south of the site be extended into the development?
Halesworth Road, Perry Lane and Peel Street all terminate at the site’s southern boundary and will not be extended into the development.
What will happen to the trees on site?
Although most of the site has been cleared as part of its past use as a plant nursery, high quality landscape outcomes, including the potential for retention and / or relocation of existing trees, is integral to the development.
The mature trees on Henderson Park, which abut the site’s eastern boundary, will not be impacted by the development. Selected trees within the site and along the southern boundary of the site will also be retained.
When will land be made available for sale?
The final single residential lots are now selling. Visit the Land for Sale page for more information.