Commuters could get their car serviced while catching public transport following development approval for an Autobahn near Butler station.

The Metro Outer Development Assessment Panel approved changes to a $17.4 million commercial development at 220 Camborne Parkway on August 10, which include allowing a service station use.

The amended approval included a condition requiring a mural on the southern wall of the building that Autobahn would occupy.

Sean Fairfoul from Rowe Group, representing landowners Fabcot and Axiom Properties, said the changes followed overall approval for the 19-tenancy development last year.

Mr Fairfoul said construction would start soon and the developers were already talking to the City and artists about public art designs.

He said having a vehicle servicing centre within walking distance of the train station would benefit customers who could then catch the train to work.

The commercial development on Camborne Parkway near Butler station.The commercial development on Camborne Parkway near Butler station. Credit: Meyer Shircore Architects

Autobahn already has a service centre near another train station in Joondalup.

The City of Wanneroo received three submissions during consultation, which raised concerns about noise and traffic, and called for the site to support more small businesses.

Extracted in full from: Autobahn service centre approved near Butler train station | PerthNow