BUNNINGS has announced plans to open up a new centre in the Gold Coast’s northern suburbs.
The hardware chain today confirmed it hopes to submit a development application for a new warehouse in Pimpama, one of the Gold Coast’s fastest growing suburbs.
According to Garry James, acting General Manager of Property at Bunnings, the proposed site is located on Yawalpah Road.
“Developer Baycrown will submit a development application for a new Bunnings Warehouse in Pimpama,” Mr James said.
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According to the company the development would represent a $36 million investment.
The site is planned to span 14,500 square metres with car parking for more than 380 cars.
Once operational the development could create up to 190 new jobs for local residents.
“We look forward to working with our developer and the relevant authorities throughout the development application process,” Mr James said.