Community Benefits Strategy

Consultation has concluded

The Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project is a Town of Victoria Park revitilisation project being partly delivered under a unique public-private partnership, to provide a sustainable multi-use sporting, recreation, health and education precinct for the whole community.

To deliver the project, a partnership has formed between the Town, West Coast Eagles, Wirrpanda Foundation and Perth Football Club, which aims to set new standards in the delivery of an active community sports complex, as well as lasting community benefits. These may cover a range of new and expanded community programs focusing on youth, families, health, sport and education for people of all ages and backgrounds.

One of the agreed outcomes of the partnership is to produce a Community Benefits Strategy, underpinning the commitment of the project partners to community, and guaranteeing the employment of two full time positions to implement initiatives.

The aim of the strategy is to outline key initiatives we will deliver together for the benefit of the whole community. These initiatives will align with the Town's new Strategic Community Plan in the areas of social, economic, environment and leadership.


What is happening now?

Thank you to everyone that provided their feedback. Broad community engagement has concluded. The next step in the process is the Community Panel. The panel will ultimately work together to deliberate on potential projects and programs to include in the strategy and make recommendations to the partners, based on community feedback.

How can I find out more information?


The Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project is a Town of Victoria Park revitilisation project being partly delivered under a unique public-private partnership, to provide a sustainable multi-use sporting, recreation, health and education precinct for the whole community.

To deliver the project, a partnership has formed between the Town, West Coast Eagles, Wirrpanda Foundation and Perth Football Club, which aims to set new standards in the delivery of an active community sports complex, as well as lasting community benefits. These may cover a range of new and expanded community programs focusing on youth, families, health, sport and education for people of all ages and backgrounds.

One of the agreed outcomes of the partnership is to produce a Community Benefits Strategy, underpinning the commitment of the project partners to community, and guaranteeing the employment of two full time positions to implement initiatives.

The aim of the strategy is to outline key initiatives we will deliver together for the benefit of the whole community. These initiatives will align with the Town's new Strategic Community Plan in the areas of social, economic, environment and leadership.


What is happening now?

Thank you to everyone that provided their feedback. Broad community engagement has concluded. The next step in the process is the Community Panel. The panel will ultimately work together to deliberate on potential projects and programs to include in the strategy and make recommendations to the partners, based on community feedback.

How can I find out more information?


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Community survey

    We are seeking your feedback on how you think the community might benefit most from our new partnership.

    To assist in the completion of this form, please read the project proposals listed in the document library and the frequently asked questions

    Consultation closes Monday 5pm, 12 November 2018.

    The information you provide will be kept in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.


    We are seeking your feedback on how you think the community might benefit most from our new partnership.

    To assist in the completion of this form, please read the project proposals listed in the document library and the frequently asked questions

    Consultation closes Monday 5pm, 12 November 2018.

    The information you provide will be kept in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.


    Consultation has concluded