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.


Latest News

Dog exercise area to temporarily close

May 30, 2019

The LPRP Zone 2X project works are about to start which means the dog exercise area at Tom Wright Park will be temporarily closed. 

The Town has arranged an alternative temporary enclosed off-lead dog exercise area in John Bissett Park (on the corner of Miller St and Beatty Ave, just across the railway bridge). 

Give us your thoughts on our Community Benefits Strategy

April 26, 2019

The West Coast Eagles and Wirrpanda Foundation will soon call the Town of Vic Park home. Have your say on our draft Community Benefits Strategy. 

Following community engagement at the end of 2018, the first four community programs of the Community Benefits Strategy have been selected by the community panel (a representative sample of 30 residents that reflect our community demographics).

McCartney Crescent car parking designs finalised

April 1, 2019

Final plans for the McCartney Crescent car parking design are now available for information on this website. The main scope of the project was to ensure formal parking bays were available for patrons of the area with trees for shade and inclusions of ACROD bays to ensure accessibility for all. The works, which will likely commence in the second half of 2019 include the following: