Stockland gets go-ahead for 29-storey co-located tower with Opal – must provide emergency evacuation plan

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A quick follow-up on this story from last week – Stockland will move ahead with plans for its 29-storey mixed-use tower in Epping after receiving approval from Sydney’s Central City Planning Panel.

The application was approved provided the operator develop an emergency evacuation plan for the 132-bed Opal aged care home, for each resident requiring assistance with mobility.

The development will also include 205 independent seniors living units, a multiple-level primary school four church presbytery units, and up to 372 basement car parking spaces.

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