Scarborough Beach twin towers plan given green light after revised design approved

A twin-tower development up to 43 storeys high will be built on Perth’s iconic Scarborough Beach after a revised plan was given the tick of approval.

The project, put forward by Chinese-backed developers 3 Oceans, will see two mixed-use residential and hotel accommodation towers of 43 and 33 storeys built on Scarborough Beach Road near the main beach.

The towers will be more than double the height of the existing tallest structure along the beach, the 18-storey Rendezvous Hotel.The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) initially rejected a proposed $400 million plan, which included two towers — one of 43 storeys and another of 35 storeys — over concerns it was a significant overdevelopment of the site.

Source: Scarborough Beach twin towers plan given green light after revised design approved – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)