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Walkabout Workhops to Revitalise our Town Centre

 

The new vision for the future of the revitalisation of the Mosman Park Town Centre is reaching an exciting stage, with invitations being sent to the entire community to take part in a walkabout through the precinct, culminating in a workshop to capture their best and brightest ideas.

 “Everyone is invited”, Mayor Pollock explained, “to take a walk with our planners, see the canvas we are working with and add in their own inspiration for what our Town Centre could be.”

Ideas about transport, parking, lighting, seating, art/sculpture/murals, events and festivals will help the Town’s planners to develop and finalise an exciting concept to make Mosman Park an even more desirable destination for local people and visitors to come together.

Just prior to the workshops, the Town’s newly-appointed Design Review Panel toured the area and added their professional expertise in such areas as landscaping, design, architecture and activation.

“We want a thriving hub that draws in people from all over Perth as well as Mosman Park and neighbouring areas via public transport and cycling/walking to a place full of inviting spaces where people can gather, shop, dine, relax in and connect, and nurture a village atmosphere,” Mayor Pollock said.

He advised that the walkabouts will begin from Glyde Street and travel around the Town Centre, including Stuart Street, St Leonard's Street, Willis Street, and the retail zone of Stirling Highway, concluding Monument Street for a catered workshop.  The tour will be led by the Town’s planners who will be on hand to answer your questions and capture ideas.

Walkabout Workshops:

Saturday 14 & 28 March 2020, 10am – 12pm

Monday 16 March 2020, 4.30pm - 6.30pm

Wednesday 18 & 25 March 2020, 4pm – 6pm

*Wednesday 1 April 2020, 3.30pm – 5.30pm

*Saturday 4 April 2020, 10am – 12pm

Following the workshops, the concept plan will then be revised with this input and presented back to the community later in the year.  Background documents relating to this project including the Local Planning Policy LPP20 – Mosman Park Town Centre Planning Area and the Draft Town Centre Plan are available here

Places are limited – book now. *Note these sessions will be enabled for all abilities

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