ARCHIVED - About the Subi East Redevelopment

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With the opening of the new Perth Children's Hospital and football having moved to the new Perth Stadium, the State Government is planning ahead for a vibrant future for one of Perth's most loved suburbs.

Background

Known as Subi East, the 36.5 ha redevelopment area was established in August 2017 when the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority’s (MRA) Subiaco Redevelopment Area boundary was amended to include Subiaco Oval, Kitchener Park (home to the new Inner City College), Mueller Park and the site of the former Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), as well as land within the railway reserve area around West Leederville train station.

Subi East presents the opportunity to bring together the valued qualities of three diverse places – Subiaco, West Perth and West Leederville – and connect them to Perth city and beyond, delivering local convenience and amenity, while strengthening local activity hubs such as Rokeby Road.

Throughout much of 2018 we conducted an extensive series of investigations, technical studies, forums and workshops with key stakeholders and industry experts to help us get a clearer understanding of what each precinct has the potential to offer: how they could integrate with the surrounding communities; how they could reflect the deep Aboriginal connection to the area; and how they could complement the rich cultural and heritage values associated with Subiaco.

We also went out to 23,000 households and businesses in Subiaco and surrounding areas with a survey designed to start the conversation about a vision for Subi East. Just over 1,500 responses were received and the feedback has helped to shape the draft vision.

The draft project vision is a starting point for project planning. It is high level and aspirational, reflecting preliminary ideas and concepts that have been captured through initial stakeholder discussions. It is intended to be used by key stakeholders and will inform the concept and master-planning process.



Get Involved

There are a number of ways to get involved. We are currently taking a deeper dive into the 4 Pillars we have identified. Find out more about the 4 Pillars and join the conversation.

Stay Informed

Join our mailing list if you would like to be kept informed of this project and notified when new opportunities become available to get involved.


With the opening of the new Perth Children's Hospital and football having moved to the new Perth Stadium, the State Government is planning ahead for a vibrant future for one of Perth's most loved suburbs.

Background

Known as Subi East, the 36.5 ha redevelopment area was established in August 2017 when the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority’s (MRA) Subiaco Redevelopment Area boundary was amended to include Subiaco Oval, Kitchener Park (home to the new Inner City College), Mueller Park and the site of the former Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), as well as land within the railway reserve area around West Leederville train station.

Subi East presents the opportunity to bring together the valued qualities of three diverse places – Subiaco, West Perth and West Leederville – and connect them to Perth city and beyond, delivering local convenience and amenity, while strengthening local activity hubs such as Rokeby Road.

Throughout much of 2018 we conducted an extensive series of investigations, technical studies, forums and workshops with key stakeholders and industry experts to help us get a clearer understanding of what each precinct has the potential to offer: how they could integrate with the surrounding communities; how they could reflect the deep Aboriginal connection to the area; and how they could complement the rich cultural and heritage values associated with Subiaco.

We also went out to 23,000 households and businesses in Subiaco and surrounding areas with a survey designed to start the conversation about a vision for Subi East. Just over 1,500 responses were received and the feedback has helped to shape the draft vision.

The draft project vision is a starting point for project planning. It is high level and aspirational, reflecting preliminary ideas and concepts that have been captured through initial stakeholder discussions. It is intended to be used by key stakeholders and will inform the concept and master-planning process.



Get Involved

There are a number of ways to get involved. We are currently taking a deeper dive into the 4 Pillars we have identified. Find out more about the 4 Pillars and join the conversation.

Stay Informed

Join our mailing list if you would like to be kept informed of this project and notified when new opportunities become available to get involved.


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