Two-storey Green Leaves service approved by State planners for Kewdale
Plans for a two-storey 99 place early childhood education and care (ECEC) service in Kewdale, a suburb east of the Perth CBD, have been unanimously approved by the Metro Inner-South Joint Development Assessment Panel.
To be operated by ECEC provider Green Leaves Early Learning the $2 million service will be built within walking distance of the Belmont Forum shopping centre and will occupy the corner blocks of 210 Belmont Avenue and 24 and 26 Laurie Street Kewdale.
Parking will be available onsite for 19 staff in an underground parking space, with 31 bays to cater for staff and families along with five bicycle parking spaces.
Dynamic Planning and Developments town planner Reegan Cake — who spoke on behalf of the owner — said the development was “generally compliant”, with the exception of one car parking bay shortfall.
“We consider the development to be a well-designed proposal in an appropriate location that will serve the local community,” Mr Cake said. The service is proposed to operate on weekdays from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm with a staggered staffing roster, and indoor play only before 7 am.
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