LandCorp is currently progressing development of approximately 11.5 hectares of the precinct, which as outlined below includes a portion of the Knutsford Street East precinct, and the entire Swanbourne Street precinct.
Knutsford Stage 1
Stage 1 of Knutsford is being developed in partnership with the Knutsford Joint Venture (comprising of FJM Property, Georgiou Capital and Mainpart Holdings). Designed by award-winning Fremantle architect, Michael Patroni, this stage located on the corner of Blinco and Amherst Streets covers 1.6 hectares and on completion will comprise of 88 contemporary apartments and terraced homes.
The first sales release of 23 houses and apartments was an overwhelming success with most dwellings selling in the first few months. The second sales release of 33 dwellings is now selling. To find out more visit www.knutsford.com.au
Swanbourne Street Precinct
Comprising over 8.3 hectares of vacant land, the Swanbourne Street Precinct is bounded by Swanbourne Street, Knutsford Street, Amherst Street, and Stevens Reserve. The area will be transformed into a high quality residential precinct that will feature a diverse range of building types to address the changing needs of a growing population and include substantial new public open space along Swanbourne Street that responds to the City of Fremantle's Green Plan.
The Swanbourne Street Local Structure Plan was approved in late 2015 and can be downloaded from the City of Fremantle website. Alternatively to view the display boards from the information session click here
Knutsford Street East Precinct
LandCorp owns a 1.5 hectare parcel of land bounded by Montreal Street, Blinco Street, Knutsford Street, and Wood Street, located within the 10 hectare Knutsford Street East Precinct. The precinct has an approved structure plan which provides for residential and mixed use development. The Knutsford Street East Structure Plan can be downloaded from the City of Fremantle website. Commencement of development on LandCorp’s site is expected to occur in 2017 following the upgrade of essential infrastructure.