Housing Types

over 4 years ago
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View the plan below to see how we have addressed community feedback received in August 2013. Have your say on the proposed housing types on the site.

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  1. 2-3 storey town house and terrace housing along southern interface with existing residential area.
  2. Apartment sites up to 5-6 storeys to be located centrally and adjacent to public open space to minimise the visual presence from Peel Street, Salvado and Halesworth Roads.
  3. 2-3 storey development on Salvado Road, with any additional height to be stepped back to ensure suitable streetscape interface.


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  • RetireeCity Beach about 5 years ago
    You have again missed a wonderful & rare opportunity to provide land & housing for retirees in the area.From the outset, it could have been considered for a retirement village; or at least made attractive to the over 55s & other retirees.Based on our discussions at local clubs in the district, most retirees living in western part of Cambridge are willing to downsize, but do not want what is served up here. They are looking for smaller detached accommodation not far from shops & transport - Wembley would have been ideal.A typical retiree, (over 55, over 65, over 75) would be happy to downsize from their large Floreat or City Beach home to say 260sq land with at least a 150 sq mtr single storey villa plus lock up garage and small left over land for washing lines, shed etc & perhaps a small garden.The State & Local Governments failed to provide this at Ocean Mia, at Perry Lakes Floreat & now the former Nursery site.