Currently a vibrant shopping village with great multicultural retail and food outlets appreciated by customers, the centre itself is old and has access and parking issues.
At this stage the centre needs more than a renovation, our plans to fully renew the centre will provide the local community and future residents with shops, services and community spaces within a modern, architecturally design town centre.
We recognise the important role Eastlakes Shopping Centre plays within the local community and also the impact of some of our existing operations. We believe our proposed plans will help to address many of these issues.
Approval was received from the Planning Assessment Commission in 2013 to redevelop the centre and the adjacent northern site. Since 2013 a modification to the existing approval has been approved by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment for the North Site.
A modification for the South site responding to the changes occurring to the surrounding area was lodged with the Department of Planning and Environment and placed on public exhibition for comment for 28 days in November 2018. We thank the community for their interest in the centre and taking the time to make comment and share their thoughts.
Current Status of the Development
We have reviewed all submissions received from community, council and state government agencies to ensure our response is informed by a thorough understanding of all issues and suggestions.
We have made changes and relodged our amended planning proposal with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment in response to feedback. The updated proposal will be on public exhibition from Friday 15 November for comment until Friday 29 November.
To find out more
Drop by our in-centre information display in Shop 39c, located opposite the Common Place Café. Members of our team will be there to share information and answer any questions at these times:
Saturday 16 November between 10am – 1pm
Monday 18 November between 10am – 1pm
Thursday 21 November between 4pm – 7pm
We will keep you informed as planning progresses and encourage you to register for project updates.
View an artist’s impression of the proposal viewed from the corner of Evans Avenue and Racecourse Place.
View an artist’s impression of the proposal viewed from the reserve.