A development application for a retirement village, childcare centre, and residential care facility on Anzac Avenue in Mango Hill has been lodged.
The application seeks approval to establish an integrated senior’s living development on a 47,911sqm site, located at 1725 and 1729 Anzac Avenue in Mango Hill, over three stages: childcare centre and a new recreational park (Stage 1); retirement village (Stage 2); and residential care (Stage 3).
The childcare centre and new park will be situated on a lot covering a total area of 2,503sqm. The childcare centre will be able to accommodate up to 86 children and will have a maximum building height of 7.40 metres.
The facility will feature five activity rooms, two sleep rooms, reception area, kitchen, and office spaces. The application also proposes 14 parking bays along either side of the driveway or a total of 28 parking spaces, including 1 disabled parking bay.
The proposed park, on the other hand, will cover an area of 5,465 sqm. The application proposes four (4) car parking spaces, various footpaths designed to access Linear Drive, a playground, dog park area, and kick about space.
The seniors living will be situated on 30,916 sqm allotment and will contain 145 dwelling units across 17 buildings of up to three-storeys high. A resident parking bay is provided for each unit, as well as 25 parking bays for visitors and employees.
A single-storey recreation centre along the Southern boundary is also included in the proposal and will include: reception area; office space; lounge and dining room; kitchenette with an adjoining bar/servery; multi-function room, cinema, bowling green; and pool.
The residential care development will be located on a 6,094 sqm allotment and will have a gross floor area of 14,470 sqm with a maximum building height of 21 metres. The facility will include 135 rooms across five levels with 30 rooms on levels 1 to 4 and 15 rooms on level 5.
The car parking area will be located at the ground level and will include 44 parking bays, including two disabled bays, as well as bike parking (3 visitor and 20 staff).