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Neighbourhood Centre – Anzac Avenue, Rothwell


A development application has been lodged for a Service Station, Fast Food, Childcare Centre and Retail development, located at 560 Anzac Avenue and 9-13 McGahey Street, Rothwell.

Designed by Push Architecture, the proposal seeks a mix of land uses within three building forms designed for each relative purpose, each strategically placed to the north, centre and south of the site, with a maximum building height of 2 storey (8.5 metres in height).

The service station and fast food tenancy building is separated from the proposed childcare centre building, by a retail centre building with associated outdoor laneway dining.

– Block A (Childcare Centre)
– Block B (Retail Centre)
– Block C (Service Station and Fast Food)

The proposal seeks to provide pedestrian access walkways along the frontage of all retail tenancies and to the proposed tenancies from Azac Avenue. A pedestrian connection for the proposed childcare centre is also provided from McGaney Street, which also connects to the retail tenancies via pedestrian crossings. No pedestrian access linkages have been provided to the service station.

Development Details
– Large Childcare Centre (1,501sqm)
– 12 Retail Tenancies (898sqm)
– Service Station (300sqm)
– Fast Food with drive through (130sqm).

Childcare Centre
– Block A
– Single storey (8.5m in height)
– 1,501sqm GFA
– 250 places
– Swimming pool
– 42 car spaces
– Operating Hours: 6am to 7pm, Monday to Friday.

Retail Tenancies
– Block B
– Single storey (8.5m in height)
– 12 tenancies between 60 and 103sqm
– Laneway for outdoor dining
– 50 car spaces
– Operating Hours: 6am to midnight, 7 days a week.

Service Station
– Block C
– Single storey (8.5m in height)
– Suspended Slab
– Service Station (300sqm)
– New fuel canopy over 8 fuel dispensers
– Shared Loading Bay
– 18 car shared spaces
– Boundary landscaping
– Operating Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Fast Food
– Fast Food with drive through (130sqm)
– 18 car shared spaces
– Illuminated pylon sign
– Shared Loading Bay
– Operating Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

One hundred and seventy two (172) shared car parking spaces (two (2) PWD spaces) are proposed with access via an internal manoeuvring area to either Anzac Avenue or McGahey Street. The boundaries of the site include a landscaped buffer.

The planners at Urban Strategies state the proposal, “The proposed neighbourhood hub is of a scale which remains subordinate to other centres within the region, with a combined gross floor area and tenancy sizes much smaller than a Local Centre, and smaller than the Specialised Centre to the north which contains predominately large format retail uses”.

The proposal includes 2,829sqm of gross floor area (GFA) on the 13,244 sqm site.

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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 15 July 2019
– Council: Morton Bay Regional Council
– Council Reference: 2019 / 38953 / V2L
– Address: 560 Anzac Avenue and 9-13 McGahey Street, Rothwell
– Zone: General Residential
– Neighbourhood Plan: None
– Application Report: Urban Strategies
– Design Drawings: Push Architecture
– Landscape Concept: Lat27
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview

Source: Information, Drawings and Images
All article information is sourced and available for review from MBRC pdonline or other referenced locations.


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