Previous consultations

The following consultations have now been completed.

The following consultations have now been completed.

  • Bentley Park Master Plan

    7 months ago

    The Town has received a master plan prepared by Iredale Pedersen Hook and Element on behalf of SwanCare for Bentley Park located at 3-5 Allen Court, 75-79 and 85 Jarrah Road, 1 Adie Court and 127-143 Hill View Terrace, Bentley. The site comprises land bounded by Jarrah Road to the north-east; Hill View Terrace to the south-east; Rowethorpe Village (Juniper), Boronia Pre-release Facility for Women, the Corrective Services Academy (Training Facility) and a portion of Hayman Road to the South; and Polytechnic West Bentley Campus to the north-west.

  • Edward Millen Park Master Plan

    8 months ago

    The Town, in collaboration with it's community, has developed a draft master plan for the Edward Millen Park. The aim of the master plan is to consider existing site characteristics, current and future uses and community aspirations for the future improvement of the park.

  • Amendment No.83 to Town Planning Scheme No. 1

    9 months ago

    The Town has received a scheme amendment for the above-mentioned properties to include the additional land use of ‘Motor Vehicle and Marine Sales Premises’ under Schedule C of the Town Planning Scheme No. 1.

  • Public Open Space Strategy

    9 months ago

    We've developed a draft Public Open Space Strategy for the Town of Victoria Park. This Strategy will help us shape how we develop and manage these spaces now and into the future. With a number of parks and reserves within our boundaries, public open spaces provide the community places to exercise, socialise and participate in recreational, art and cultural activities.

  • Parnham Reserve playground upgrade

    9 months ago

    The Town of Victoria Park upgrades a number of parks and playgrounds in the Council area each year to ensure the community’s playgrounds are well-designed, well-located, safe and fun for users.

  • Tree Planting and Retention Policy

    9 months ago

    To support the increase our Town’s tree canopy coverage to 20% we have developed a draft policy that sets out requirements for planting new trees when a development application is submitted. The aim of the policy is to integrate the planting of trees as an element of new development and encourage land owners to think about the existing trees on their property when planning a development.

  • Etwell Street Revitalisation project

    9 months ago

    In collaboration with local residents, business owners and land owners, we’ve developed a draft concept plan to revitalise the Etwell Street Local Centre. The project aims to upgrade the public realm on Etwell Street between Riverview Road and Northampton Street to create a vibrant local centre and community meeting place. The upgrade aims to increase the role Etwell Street Local Centre plays in the lifestyle of local residents.

  • Parking Trial

    10 months ago

    The Town of Victoria Park has now concluded the six-month parking trial and would like to thank everyone that had participated in the surveys. The result of the surveys received and data gathered from the trial are currently being compiled, and a report will be submitted to the November 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting (OCM), which will be followed by an Elected Member (EM) workshop to seek direction on implementing the learnings from the parking trial.

  • Proposed sale of 355-357 Shepperton Road, East Victoria Park

    10 months ago

    With endorsement by the Council on 20 of August 2019, the Town is commencing a formal public submission period for the proposed sale of 355-357 Shepperton Road, East Victoria Park.

  • Burswood Station East Public Realm Design Concepts

    11 months ago

    The Town is in the process of preparing a new planning framework for the Burswood Station East Precinct (“BSE Precinct”). The new planning framework will be the first step in facilitating redevelopment of the area to a vibrant, urban neighbourhood. An important part of positive transformation is creating safe, pleasant public places that suit the needs of the local community.