Set to be whole lot of talk about design

19 Oct 2017 Border Mail, Albury-Wodonga (General News) by Anthony Bunn WODONGAS tallest residential buildings will have distinctive angular rooflines. The first images of the five-storey blocks, to be built at Junction Place were released yesterday by Labor MP Jaclyn Symes. They show how the buildings will contain units with balconies and courtyards, along with three shops on the ground floor. The complex, which will contain 86 apartments ranging from one to three-bedroom, was approved this week by Wodonga Council. The planning permit includes a condition allowing a shortfall of 19 car parks to be provided at a later stage of Junction Places development. Councillor Libby Hall voted against the permit, saying developers should provide adequate parking. Council roads boss Leon Schultz said 90 to 95 extra bays were being provided on Smythe and South streets near the buildings, as well more on new roadways within Junction Place. Construction of the buildings by Wodonga developer Central Place Pty Ltd is due to begin next year. Caption Text: ON THE UP: An image of how the twin residential buildings will appear from South Street. They will be built at Junction Place next year, ten years after Wodongas tallest office tower, the Trotman building, was completed. Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.