Planning change offers new scope at Meridian
A change to the planning controls in the City of Whittlesea allows purchasers more flexibility at the Meridian Business Park in Thomastown.
Now a Commercial 2 Zone, the change means businesses can set-up offices of any size as the maximum floor space restrictions have now been removed.
MAB General Manager Commercial and Industrial Richard Johnston supports the change which comes into effect on 1 July this year.
“Meridian is a great location for a business park, close to the airport, the Metropolitan Ring Road, Thomastown High Street and train station” says Mr Johnston.
“Meridian has been a strong project for MAB Corporation. We have sold 61 lots here and following recent sales, there is only one left.
“We want businesses in Meridian to be part of a thriving community and while the benefits of the park are evident, the added ease of a combined business zoning 3 and 4 will prove advantageous to new owners”. says Mr Johnston.
“The last lot is 5,767mÂ² in size and is a perfect investment for a local business wanting to create a permanent base as an owner rather than a tenant” says Mr Johnston.
“The lot comes with an approved permit for 2,500mÂ² of building area, so people can buy and build straight away”.
The sale of the last lot will complete the bustling business park with Tyremax, Wedderburn, Austex Industrial Fabrics, Tandarra Maintenance and Victorian Party Hire all well established at the development.
Meridian is located on the corner of Heyington Avenue and High Street, Thomastown.