Sneak peek: Stockland has proposed laneways and an international Eat Street precinct as part of its Merrylands Court proposal.More plans to breathe new life into Merrylands have been revealed.

Following the Sun’s storythis week about thecouncil’s recent submission ofitsamended CBD rezoning proposal to gateway (http://苏州美甲美睫培训学校parramattasun苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛/story/3911824/skys-the-limit-for-merrylands-cbd/?cs=993,)Stockland has released new details about itsMerrylands Court development.

The proposalwill occupy a 1.2 hectare site adjacent to Stockland Merrylandsbordered by Merrylands Road, McFarlane and Treves Street.

Stockland plansplans to build 542 unit apartments across five buildings, rangingfrom 11 to 17 storeys.

There willbe an activated laneway precinct withretail, restaurants and cafes to be incorporated into the mixed use development.

“This is an outstanding opportunity to regenerate the heart of Merrylands by creating a vibrant new focal point, which will benefit the residents of our new apartments and the entire community,”Stockland apartments and mixed use development national headGavin Tonnet said.

“It willprovide the vital missing link between Merrylands Road and McFarlane Street, with overall trade and the aesthetic of both streets to benefit significantly from the redevelopment.Our vision is to create a new city centre that will become a destination in its own right for the community to socialise, enjoy international cuisine in the new restaurants that will be established and come together for festivals and special occasions to celebrate life and culture.”

Merrylands Chamber of Commerce president John Perry welcomed the proposal.

“It’s fantastic news, it’s exactly what the area needs,” he said.

“The last thing built on Merrylands Road was Red Rooster and that was 35 years ago.”

Stockland has lodged a development application, which is onpublic display until June 17at Cumberland Counciloffices.

Stockland willholda drop-in session for thecommunity on June 2, 6pm-8.30pmat the Community Room on Level 1 of Stockland Merrylands, near centre management.


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