A City connected
IMPROVING green places and connectivity have been highlighted as goals in the City of South Perth’s Place + Design: South Perth Station Precinct study.
The report presents ideas for the South Perth Station Precinct (SPSP) and immediate surrounding area, as well as recommendations for continued development.
The Place + Design team, led by RobertsDay, has collaborated for the past six months with City staff, councillors and stakeholders including community group representatives, residents, developers, business owners, land owners and government representatives.
The resulting puts forward recommendations for planning, transportation, public realm, built form and placemaking.
It also includes an implementation schedule outlining short, medium and long term priorities for specific actions required to deliver on the goals and ideas collectively developed with stakeholders.
Central to this is the recommendation of an Activity Centre Plan for the South Perth Station Precinct and immediate surrounding area to comprehensively address built form, public realm, place management, economic, traffic and infrastructure issues.
The City of South Perth is now seeking community and stakeholder feedback on the Place + Design study and on the goals, ideas and actions outlined in the report.
Feedback will provide preliminary guidance for the City to consider in progressing with planning for the South Perth Station Precinct and surrounding area.
People who want to provide comments can do so by completing the survey on Your Say South Perth before 4pm on June 9.