Demolition works at Subiaco Oval are well underway and the former Subiaco Sports Bar and Bar and Function Centre and 65 metre light towers have now been removed.
The City is working closely with LandCorp/MRA to ensure demolition activities are carried out safely and with the least impact on the local community.
The demolition of Subiaco Oval is a significant undertaking and residents in surrounding streets may experience some dust, noise and vibration. Management plans are in place to minimise these impacts and some of the mitigation measures include:
- crushing materials offsite
- dust monitors
- vibration monitors
- visual inspections
- dust suppression water cannons.
The City is conducting regular site checks for compliance and is in frequent contact with the site manager and the MRA which has planning jurisdiction in the area.
Residents with questions or concerns about the demolition project should contact LandCorp via the project hotline on 1800 430 844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view factsheets regarding LandCorp’s management plans and mitigation measures at haveyoursay.landcorp.com/subi-demoltion. You will also find regular project updates on this page including how LandCorp is managing dust and air quality in response to recent community feedback.
Mayor Penny Taylor said residents in the area were showing patience during this transition time.
“We understand the demolition and construction works in the Subi East area can be disruptive to local residents, and I want to acknowledge your patience and understanding during this time,” she said.
“We’re working closely with LandCorp to address community concerns and reduce the impact.
“LandCorp’s 1800 number is available 24/7 and is the best way to ensure your concerns and comments are delivered direct to the project manager,” she said.
The City will continue to provide updates about the Subi East Redevelopment to the community.