Community Benefits Strategy

Consultation has concluded

To deliver the Town of Victoria Park's Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project, a partnership was formed between the Town, West Coast Eagles, Wirrpanda Foundation and Perth Football Club.

One of the agreed outcomes of the partnership is to produce a Community Benefits Strategy, which delivered in partnership, will underpin the commitment of the project partners to the community.

The aims of the Community Benefits Strategy are to deliver lifelong learning opportunities, empower local community members, improve local amenities, and foster leaders and encourage collaboration. This partnership is an innovative way to utilise the individual strengths of all project partners for the benefit of the Town of Victoria Park community.

The Community Benefits Strategy will also guarantee the employment of two full-time positions to implement initiatives, which will be supported by 100 hours of West Coast Eagles player involvement per year.


What is happening now?

Thank you for your comments on the Draft Community Benefits Strategy Overview and the programs to be delivered in the first five years. The public comment period has concluded. The comments received are under review by the project partners.

Where can I find more information?

  • Read the documents in the document library
  • Visit the FAQs
  • Ask a question and we will respond

To deliver the Town of Victoria Park's Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project, a partnership was formed between the Town, West Coast Eagles, Wirrpanda Foundation and Perth Football Club.

One of the agreed outcomes of the partnership is to produce a Community Benefits Strategy, which delivered in partnership, will underpin the commitment of the project partners to the community.

The aims of the Community Benefits Strategy are to deliver lifelong learning opportunities, empower local community members, improve local amenities, and foster leaders and encourage collaboration. This partnership is an innovative way to utilise the individual strengths of all project partners for the benefit of the Town of Victoria Park community.

The Community Benefits Strategy will also guarantee the employment of two full-time positions to implement initiatives, which will be supported by 100 hours of West Coast Eagles player involvement per year.


What is happening now?

Thank you for your comments on the Draft Community Benefits Strategy Overview and the programs to be delivered in the first five years. The public comment period has concluded. The comments received are under review by the project partners.

Where can I find more information?

  • Read the documents in the document library
  • Visit the FAQs
  • Ask a question and we will respond
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Submission on Draft Community Benefits Strategy Overview

    Information provided will be kept in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.

    Submission period closes 5pm, 13 May 2019


    Information provided will be kept in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.

    Submission period closes 5pm, 13 May 2019


    Consultation has concluded