- Proposals to develop Lot 205 on Aslett Drive at DevelopmentWA's GreenView at Karlkurla residential estate are now invited from developers
- The 6,011sqm site is zoned R80 residential and is suitable for 75 apartments
- Will create 64 construction jobs
With a predicted 30 per cent growth in population by 2030, demand for more housing options in Kalgoorlie-Boulder is being met with a new land release at DevelopmentWA's GreenView at Karlkurla residential estate.
Proposals to develop Lot 205, a corner lot on Aslett Drive, are now invited from developers.
The 6,011sqm site is zoned R80 Residential, and is approved for development of one to three bedroom apartments and townhouses of up to three storeys. The site also presents an opportunity for serviced apartments.
The site, directly adjacent to the Kalgoorlie Golf Course, is titled and ready for immediate development, with the potential for up to 75 apartments.
It is just one kilometre from Hannans Boulevard Shopping Centre and two kilometres from North Kalgoorlie Primary School, and features a park as its centrepiece with a children's playground and dual-use pathways.
GreenView at Karlkurla is a residential estate supporting the growth and development of Kalgoorlie-Boulder by supplying quality residential land and surroundings.
It has a range of lot sizes to suit all lifestyles, from first homebuyers to growing families and downsizers. Options include large traditional blocks with room for a growing family, duplex lots for townhouses and multi-unit lots for stylish apartment living.
Offers for Lot 205 at GreenView at Karlkurla close at 2pm (WST) on February 11, 2021.
For more information, visit https://developmentwa.com.au/greenview
Comments attributed to Lands Minister Ben Wyatt:
"There is strong demand for expanded housing options in Kalgoorlie-Boulder with a number of infrastructure projects underway in the region.
"The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder's Strategic Community Plan adopted at the end of last year quotes a predicted 30 per cent growth in population over the next 10 years, driven by hundreds of prospective resource projects and an increased focus on residential workforce over FIFO.
"With projects such as Lynas Corps' $500 million rare earths-processing plant creating hundreds of jobs during construction, and the recent sale of the Super Pit giving the life span of the Golden Mile a big boost, it is timely to release this lot.
"GreenView at Karlkurla is aptly named given its enviable location directly adjacent to the Kalgoorlie Golf Course.
"It will continue to service housing demand in the region for the next 20 years."
Comments attributed to Mining and Pastoral Region MLC Kyle McGinn:
"A diverse range of housing available continues to be an issue for Kalgoorlie-Boulder, and this announcement today goes a long way to potentially filling a real gap here with the prospect of up to 75 apartments possibly being built.
"I am very pleased the Minister has made this announcement today and know it will have a huge impact on our city, including for job creation of course with up to 64 jobs created."
Minister's office - 6552 5900