Former Subiaco Councillor | Certified Financial Planner | WA Party Convenor
27 Railway Road, Subiaco – Tokyo comes to Subiaco – an office block with no residential dwellings. The DAP ignore Directions 2031 and the infill planned for Subiaco. Click here>>
125-135 Railway Road, Subiaco – The Wedge approved by DAP in secret on 21 March 2012, an office block with no residential dwellings. The DAP ignore Directions 2031, the land zoned medical and the amenity and character of the locality.
19-27 Catherine Street, Subiaco – Another office block approved by DAP with no residential dwellings, with a 60% bonus plot ratio.
263-277 Hay Street and 304-305 Olive Street, Subiaco
208-212 Bagot Road, Subiaco – The crematorium. It proposed demolition of two cottage homes and construction of a five storey mixed-used building.
17-23 Railway Road, Subiaco – captures the charm and character of the Chugg Building, approved by Subiaco Council and local residents.
208-212 Bagot Road, Subiaco – The Crematorium. Appealed at the SAT, a new design mediated in secret, and 5 storeys approved in a two storey location.
21 May 2014: 500 and 502 Hay Street, Subiaco – Proposed demolition of all buildings including the Ace Cinema building and construction of a six storey office development and a nine storey development comprising retail, dining, cinema and hotel uses. No design reference to Subiaco’s character design and building materials.
The developer appealed the DAP decision at SAT and it came back to DAP for another decision on 5 September 2013. The DAP approved the development.
17 July 2013: 136 Subiaco Road, Subiaco – Demolish an existing dwelling and construct a three storey building comprising 14 apartments
3 October 2013: 177 Rokeby Road, Subiaco – Development application for demolition of buildings to rear of Doyle Court, conservation of Doyle Court and construction of four storey additions including office and shop tenancies.
20 March 2014: 25 Rowland Street, Subiaco – demolition of an existing building and construction of 6 storey mixed used development. Refused by the DAP.
9 April 2014: 1 Seddon Street, Subiaco – demolition of the existing building and construct an 8 storey building comprising shops, offices and restaurant uses at 1 Seddon Street and construction of a Pop-Up arts venue at the rear of the existing building at 424-436 Hay Street, Subiaco. Office block with no residential dwellings.
23 April 2014: 194 Hay Street and 109 York Street, Subiaco – Demolition of the existing building and construction of a four storey mixed use development comprising offices, retail tenancy and multiple dwellings.
17 June 2014: 25 Rowland Street, Subiaco: Demolition of an existing building and construction of 5 storey mixed used development comprising three shop units and nine multiple dwellings.