The owner of the Imperial Shopping Centre in Gosford on the NSW Central Coast, Lederer Property, has announced a 15-20 year “vision” for the city’s CBD, with the shopping centre to be transformed as part of a $650 million master plan.
The plan outlines a proposal to bring to life a new urban precinct across a 5.8-hectare site just minutes from Gosford railway station.
Residents will benefit from new shopping, food and entertainment experiences with an additional 8,000sqm of retail/commercial space and 300 more parking spaces, proposed as part of the ongoing redevelopment of the Imperial Centre.
Retailers currently in the centre include Woolworths, ALDI, Suzanne Grae, Sussan, Prouds, Subway, Best & Less, Bakers Delight, Specsavers and more.
A stage-one development application for the ‘Gosford Alive’ master plan was due to be lodged with Gosford City Council in the first quarter of 2016. Because of the capital-investment value of the project, NSW planning legislation requires that the DA is assessed by the Joint Regional Planning Panel on behalf of the council.