Strathpine Centre redevelopment received DA approval

Strathpine Centre redevelopment received DA approval
Staff ReporterDecember 7, 2020

Strathpine Centre has received the go-ahead to begin a complete redevelopment after receiving DA approval.

The upgrade will aims to enhance retail and community opportunities.

The centre has appointed Mainbrace Constructions for the redevelopment.

Mainbrace Queensland’s State Manager Duncan McAndrew says the focus of the redevelopment will be centred around engaging local trades and suppliers to deliver the project.

“Strathpine Centre is a vital piece of the retail infrastructure in the area and we’re expected to see approximately 50 new jobs for the community”.

The development is due to be completed by late 2020 with work commencing in the new year.

Strathpine Centre Manager Chris Gibbons says the upgrade will improve the shopping and dining experience for customers.

“The addition of six new retailers to the centre will greatly improve customer convenience and experience, better servicing the everyday needs of locals,” Chris said.

“This redevelopment will secure the long-term future of the centre and allow us to better service the community. It will improve the centre’s street presence and offer a combination of leisure, dining and shopping options to cater for the entire family,” Chris said.

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