About the Lathlain Precinct

About the Lathlain Precinct

About the Lathlain Precinct

The Lathlain Precinct has long been identified by the Town as an area for enhancement and revival. The Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project (LPRP) is now in the Town’s Strategic Community Plan as a priority project. There are eight project zones that make up the LPRP that will undergo redevelopment and/or revitalisation.

The project will be delivered by the Town in partnership with the West Coast Eagles and the Perth Football Club. This partnership aims to set new standards in the delivery of an active community sports complex and substantial community benefits to the people of Lathlain, and the broader community.

This website will provide information and updates on the project as they happen. We will be adding to the website frequently, and you can be alerted to new information if you subscribe to the eNewsletter at the bottom of this page.

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Tenders closed for works to Zone 2 and 2X

February 13, 2019

Tenders have now closed for work to deliver more elements of the Community Zone 2 and 2X (former Lathlain Carlisle Bowling Club) which includes:

Footpath closure - Bishopsgate Street

February 11, 2019

As part of the works in the West Coast Eagles Zone the footpath and verge along a section of Bishopsgate Street outside Lathlain Oval is currently closed for upgrades.

The works, being undertaken by a contractor on behalf of the West Coast Eagles, includes the construction of a new pedestrian footpath, vehicle cross overs, bus bays and landscaping along their Bishopsgate Street frontage.

More correspondence from the government

December 17, 2018

Following the announcement by Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons that the Federal Government will invest $4 million towards the redevelopment of the Community and Perth Football Club facilities, the Town has received correspondence from the Hon Michael McCormack MP, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development acknowledging that commitment, and subsequent correspondence from Regional Development & Local Government Depar