About the Subi East Redevelopment Area

About the Subi East Area / Vision Concept / Demolition of Subiaco Grandstand


In August 2017, the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) extended the original Subiaco Redevelopment Area, 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. The resultant redevelopment area now comprises 36.5ha.

To help shape a draft vision for this redevelopment area, extensive consultation and investigations were undertaken with key stakeholders and industry experts, alongside direct engagement with 23,000 households and businesses throughout 2018 and early 2019. This feedback has helped shape the early Vision Concept and will be used as a basis to begin the master planning in late 2019.

Consultation to date

Over the past 18 months, the project team have been working closely with key stakeholders and the wider community to develop a draft vision for Subi East.

As part of that process, we have:

  • surveyed 23,000 households;

  • Received more than 1,500 submissions;

  • Hosted community pop up sessions attended by more than 180 community members;

  • Reached almost 800 people online through our engagement platform; and

  • Met with numerous stakeholders.

  • received more than 500 comments on the early Vision Concept

We have now summarised your feedback on the Vision Concept. A copy of the key findings report can be viewed here.

About the Subi East Area / Vision Concept / Demolition of Subiaco Grandstand


In August 2017, the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) extended the original Subiaco Redevelopment Area, 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. The resultant redevelopment area now comprises 36.5ha.

To help shape a draft vision for this redevelopment area, extensive consultation and investigations were undertaken with key stakeholders and industry experts, alongside direct engagement with 23,000 households and businesses throughout 2018 and early 2019. This feedback has helped shape the early Vision Concept and will be used as a basis to begin the master planning in late 2019.

Consultation to date

Over the past 18 months, the project team have been working closely with key stakeholders and the wider community to develop a draft vision for Subi East.

As part of that process, we have:

  • surveyed 23,000 households;

  • Received more than 1,500 submissions;

  • Hosted community pop up sessions attended by more than 180 community members;

  • Reached almost 800 people online through our engagement platform; and

  • Met with numerous stakeholders.

  • received more than 500 comments on the early Vision Concept

We have now summarised your feedback on the Vision Concept. A copy of the key findings report can be viewed here.

  • Minister's Announcement

    7 months ago

    On 2 February 2019, the Minister for Planning, the Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA, made the following exciting announcement: 'Vision Concept' for Subi East released for public comment.

    The Minister noted that:

    • Feedback on concept images will help inform master planning process
    • Subi East to create more homes close to Perth CBD, train station and schools
    • Community survey indicates strong support for rejuvenating the north-eastern corner of Subiaco
    A link to the full Ministerial Announcement can be found here.

    On 2 February 2019, the Minister for Planning, the Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA, made the following exciting announcement: 'Vision Concept' for Subi East released for public comment.

    The Minister noted that:

    • Feedback on concept images will help inform master planning process
    • Subi East to create more homes close to Perth CBD, train station and schools
    • Community survey indicates strong support for rejuvenating the north-eastern corner of Subiaco
    A link to the full Ministerial Announcement can be found here.