Plans for Greater Fremantle
A GREATER Fremantle action plan produced by UWA and Committee for Perth describes Fremantle as an “undervalued asset”.
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Special Report, released to stakeholders at the WA Maritime Museum last month, examined the commercial and social fabric of greater Fremantle and identified strengths and weaknesses of the area.
The report recommended three key priorities for action: transformation capacity, actions that a have strong business case and barrier removals.
The action plan include five key goals: “economic growth across a range of sectors, efficient connectivity that supports economic growth and re-development, a vibrant cultural and community foundation, a global must stay and experience Freo and a unique retail and hospitality destination”.
Fremantle Chamber of Commerce chief executive Olwyn Williams said making Fremantle a greater place needed everyone at the table.