What a unique find Number 7 Harold St Bellevue is cleared vacant land and Total land area of 959sqm Approx and has a two Street frontage with the opportunity for multiple dwellings (subject to council approval) with a current Zoning of R20
Features include: * 1 minute to Great Eastern Highway * 2 minutes to Roe Highway interchange * 3 minutes to Midland Rail and Bus terminal, Midland Gate Shopping complex, new Midland Hospital, 15 minutes to Perth International and Domestic Airports and close to Swan Valley Tourist precinct.
Bellevue is an up and coming suburb with the McGowan Government recently announcing a possible return to rail manufacturing to the area selecting Bellevue as the preferred location of a new rail car facility with three consortia shortlisted to build 246 new rail cars.
The McGowan Government is set to revive the Midland area's rich railway history, with Bellevue announced as the preferred site for the new METRO-NET rail car manufacturing facility. Located just one kilometre from the historic Midland Workshops, which for nearly a century provided hundreds of railway jobs for workers and apprentices, the new production facility site in Bellevue will bring more employment opportunities to the area.
A Development Application for the depot facility on the same site is currently before the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, with approval expected in the coming weeks. It's exciting we are in a position to bring trains well and truly back into the Midland precinct at a new purpose-built facility in Bellevue. METRO-NET is not only a world-class public transport system, but will create new opportunities for local workers. The key target of 50 per cent will help revitalize WA's manufacturing industry and put WA jobs first.
The Midland area is entering a very exciting era - projects like the Bellevue Rail Extension, new Midland Station, redevelopment of the historic workshops, and now the return of rail production to the area, are all starting to gain momentum. The Midland-Bellevue area will be involved in the production of new trains and their ongoing maintenance works, creating sustainable local jobs for local people and supporting ongoing expansion of our vital passenger rail network. This Government's investment in the area will ensure Midland and Bellevue serve as important commercial and transit centres for the wider Swan and Hills areas.
The successful proponent for the rail car construction contract will have input into the final design of the facilities at Bellevue, and construction work will start in 2019. This is great news for Midland and the eastern region; it will provide local jobs and opportunities for our community. Bellevue is a local and strategic location - it will be great for the region."
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