Zone 2X concept fly-through
As part of their detail design development, the consultant team of Zone 2X prepared a flat plane fly-through of a 3D interpretation of the design. This gives an idea of the intent of the works.
Traffic counts throughout Lathlain
Community Benefits Strategy update
Thank you to everyone, including the Community Panel members, who provided their feedback. Broad community engagement has concluded.
Tenders closed for works to Zone 2 and 2X
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
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
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
Final construction for tender about to be advertised
The detail design for zone 2 and 2X is well progressed with the final design for construction tender happening very soon. The request for tender for the combined works will be advertised in December 2018.
West Coast Eagles zone on schedule
The West Coast Eagles development works are happening to schedule, with practical completion due for the end of the first quarter of 2019. The installation of the AFL standard flood lighting to the ovals is occurring through December 2018 and January 2019, which includes progressive testing and adjusting of the lights.
Approved parking concept plan modified
The requirement for additional traffic calming treatments being installed in McCartney Crescent has meant the approved concept plan for parking has needed to be modified in the detail design. This detail design is now well progressed with the final design for construction tender happening very soon.