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Northam ALDI on the way

Country town shopping town recommended for approval at old hospital site.

CHRIS THOMSON

An 1600 sqm ALDI at the site of Northam’s defunct hospital has been recommended for approval by a state assessment panel.

The $15 million project also contains a 3750sqm Coles supermarket, 200sqm grog shop, 680sqm Best & Less shop, specialty shops, cafe and Coles Express fuel station.

To make way for the country town shopping town, all former hospital buildings will need to be bowled.

An Optus telecommunications tower will stay on the site, but me moved.

During the project’s public consultation phase 10 people supported it, six objected, five raised partial objections, and two chimed in with general comments.

A state assessment panel will vote on Northam shire’s recommended approval on October 19.

Render: Oldfield Knott Architects Pty Ltd

One Response to “Northam ALDI on the way”

  1. Neil Carnell says:

    Aldi is great for any town, I have had experience in Brisbane, Victoria, N.S.W. of Aldi and find their goods, service to be excellent. You just have to get used to different product names, most of the foods are all Australian. can’t wait for it to come.

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