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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Community Activity Zone FAQ
March 8, 2019
Why this zone?
In 2011, the Town of Victoria Park Council endorsed the Lathlain Park Master Plan (LPMP) which was going to guide the redevelopment of Lathlain Park into a more vibrant, and community friendly space.
The West Coast Eagles then came on board for their new training, administration and community centre, which modified the original plans, and we now call it the Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project.
The this zone encompases much of the original intention for recreation and leisure space for the community.
What will this zone deliver to the community?
This zone design intention was for an area of public passive recreation. The scope for its development was informed by community based upon your feedback during the engagement process for the Management Plan. The actual concept plan of this zone was guided by a series of community workshops. Some of the elements of the zone that were directed by the community included:
location and number of multiuse courts
Goddard Street and McCartney Crescent parking.
The Concept Plan for the Community Activity Zone 2/2X was approved by Council at the August 2017 Ordinary Council Meeting which became the direction for the delivery of the project.
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:
an all-abilities playground and nature play area
seating and picnic facilities with shade structures
new green spaces for passive recreation
new oval gatehouse and public toilet facilities
a fenced dog exercise area
two new multi-sport courts
universal access pathways
off-street car parking to accommodate early use by Perth Football Club for WAFL season home games.
new native landscaping and revegetation - including preservation of existing trees within the development zones to sustain local wildlife.
What happens next? The tenders will be assessed by town staff and a preferred tenderer will be recommended to council for approval. Following the selection of a contractor, a detailed work plan will be developed.
Background The community-informed concept plan for the combined Zone 2 and 2X landscaping and infrastructure works was approved at the August 2017 council meeting.
Zone 2 is that part of Lathlain Park bounded by Goddard Street, McCartney Crescent and Roberts Road as delineated on the plans.
Zone 2X is the land bounded by Planet Street, Roberts Road and Bishopsgate Street, referred to as the ex-bowling greens and Tom Wright Park.