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Lot 701 Collier Pass, Joondalup

Land Development

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End Client
Urbis for DevelopmentWA
Project Value
$30M (est.)
Project Location
Lot 701 Collier Pass, JOONDALUP WA 6027
Unique Design Items
  • Activation of street frontages, requiring a shift in the current transport use of the site to promote more passive commuting - namely walking and cycling.
  • Prioritised pedestrian crossing between the site and the Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre directly north of Collier Pass.
  • Creative access and road configuration to facilitate development of the site, where direct access to Collier Pass and Joondalup Drive will be unachievable for site access and traffic serviceability.
  • Review and preliminary advice on retention or reuse of any materials within the existing Basketball Stadium Structure prior to demolition.
  • Maintained connection between Lakeside Joondalup and the site.
  • Complex traffic planning and required upgrades due to proximity to Lakeside Joondalup, Joondalup Drive and Collier Pass.

Lot 701 Collier Pass is a 1.6ha parcel of land bound by Joondalup Drive and Collier Pass in the City of Joondalup within walking distance to the Joondalup Train Station, Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre and a number of other retailers.

The site is LandCorp’s final City Centre land parcel as part of its ongoing involvement with the development of Joondalup. Given its premium location, it presents an opportunity to develop an iconic site which leaves a legacy for future generations.

The site contains a basketball stadium of approximately 3,090m2 and a bitumen paved car park, currently being operated as a public car park by the City of Joondalup. The balance of the site is covered by uncleared bushland, where the soils are of a sandy, well-draining nature and all services are connected.

Pritchard Francis has been commissioned by LandCorp to undertake preliminary feasibility and reviews, general engineering service and feasibility, and a preliminary cost estimate for infrastructure development on the site associated with a proposed high density mixed use development. In addition, Pritchard Francis offered to assist with transport engineering services by engaging and sub contracting FLYT transport consultants, as this was seen to be critical to the success of the development.

Phase 2 of the project involves liaising with various service authorities and confirming service capacity for the proposed development. This scope includes any associated upgrades, and the preparation of a bulk earthworks and drainage strategy for the site.