A – Shoreline in North Coogee is the first precinct to be delivered as part of the Cockburn Coast Redevelopment Area. Developed over 10 years, Shoreline will provide up to 2,500 new homes from a variety of dwelling types to accommodate diverse housing needs. This will include a number of apartment sites of varying sizes, as well as smaller maisonette apartments and townhouse options. This will provide homes for approximately 5,000 people.
Q – Will Shoreline link to the beach?
A - Two new pedestrian bridges are proposed to link Shoreline to the foreshore, to allow residents easy access to the nearby beaches. Significant investment will see improved public spaces, including enhancements to the foreshore to create a ‘Beach Plaza’ directly linked to the ‘main street’.
Q – Are public open spaces and community facilities part of the development?
A – A total of 3.5 hectares of high quality public open space which includes a sports playing field, extensive landscaped parklands and a public square will feature as part of the project. Shoreline will also provide an array of community facilities and infrastructure including a primary school and multi-purpose community building.
Q – What is the timeline for development of Shoreline?
A – Shoreline was formally launched in April 2015 and will be developed in stages over the next 10-15 years.
Q – What community facilities will be delivered over this time?
A – Stage 1 has already been delivered with the creation of 1.6 hectares of brand new parkland, including a nature play area, shade structures, barbecue facilities and sporting and play equipment. Over the next 5-10 years Shoreline will feature a primary school and a range of retail, dining and entertainment facilities.
Q – Will there be any retail or commercial space within Shoreline?
A – Commercial and retail opportunities will be available in the future ‘main street’ area.