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Mixed Use Redevelopment – Yeronga Village Shopping Centre

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A development application has been lodged for the redevelopment of the Yeronga Village that includes a range of new land uses, utilising a combination of new and existing buildings with a maximum building height of four storeys.

Designed by BN Group, the proposal seeks the demolition of the building located on the corner of Devon Street and Fairfield Road and replaced with a three level building (Building A). The two existing buildings (Building B and C) will be significantly internally modified increasing the existing tenancies within the new proposal.

Overall the shopping centre will be given a contemporary redesign create a new look and feel of the existing centre. Façade treatments across the buildings will unify both the proposed and existing buildings within the centre and include the extension of awnings, implementation of screening and installation of columns. New outdoor dining areas and internal landscaping surrounding seeks to create an appealing shopping experience.



Demolition
– The building on Devon Street and Fairfield Road
– Existing childcare centre and outdoor play area
– Existing car parking spaces and storage
– Existing Devon Street access loading dock
– Existing amenities
– Remove existing 7 tenancies
– Building B & C (Internal walls, ceilings and fittings).

Development Details
Lower Ground Floor
– Deep Excavation
– Extension of the sub-basement car park
– 103 additional car parking spaces
– Kadumba Street vehicle entrance
– Devon Street vehicle exist
– New escalators from basement



Ground Floor
– New pedestrian plaza area
– New pedestrian street entrance
– Modified vehicle access and car park
– Retained Kadumba Street vehicle access
– New landscaping and advertising
– 15 new retail tenancies
– 5 new food and drink tenancies
– 2 new kiosk tenancies
– 1 new medical tenancy
– New outdoor dining areas

Level 1
– 1 new medical tenancy
– 3 new sport and recreation tenancies

Level 2
– 1 new childcare centre
– 2 new sport and recreation tenancies

 



Ground Level (2,642sqm of GFA)
– Retail Shops: 1,498sqm
– Medical Centre: 430sqm
– Food and Drink Outlet: 713sqm

Level 1 (1,940sqm of GFA)
– Indoor Sports and Recreation: 962sqm
– Medical Centre: 978sqm

Level 2 (1,535sqm of GFA)
– Childcare: 463sqm
– Indoor Sports and Recreation: 1,072sqm

The planners at Urbis state the proposal will provide, “The proposed development seeks to refurbish an aging neighbourhood centre. The proposal incorporates a range of diverse land uses that will service the surrounding Yeronga catchment. The introduction of new land uses creates a greater mix of attractors to the centre, whilst aligning with Councils vision for the site as articulated through the purpose of the District Centre zone”.

The proposal seeks to provide 6,117sqm of gross floor area (GFA), with 39.54% of site cover over the to the existing 6,682sqm Shopping Centre site.

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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 18 November 2019
– Council Reference: A005332531
– Address: 429 Fairfield Road, Yeronga
– Zone: District Centre
– Neighbourhood Plan: Moorooka – Stephens district
– Application Report: Urbis
– Landscaping Design: Urbis
– Design Drawings: BN Group
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview

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

 

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