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Hames Sharley’s latest neighbourhood shopping centre projects had their grand unveilings on Wednesday morning as Woolworths Banksia Grove and Coles Vasse opened their doors to the public in Western Australia.

Members of the Hames Sharley design team were in attendance in Banksia Grove as Mayor Tracey Roberts cut the ribbon on the practice’s seventh project of this type in the past 12 months.

“These centres offer contemporary and honest finishes, detailed landscaping, a focus on people-friendly spaces and community activation.” Senior Associate, Harold Perks said.

“The designs have respectively resulted in welcoming community hubs that accommodate a diverse range of retail stores, services and go-to destinations for food and family-friendly activation in two rapidly growing suburbs.”