Subiaco East Redevelopment Project
The State Government has announced plans to build a new, public-intake secondary school on Kitchener Park and redevelop the surrounding area including the Princess Margaret Hospital and Subiaco Oval sites. The City of Subiaco is working closely with Landcorp, the lead agency for the project, and the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, the planning authority for the area, to achieve the best outcomes for the Subiaco community. Key priorities for the city include maximising the amount of green open space, public access to the oval and achieving developments of high-quality design.
This page will be updated with information about the project as planning progresses.
Landcorp is the Western Australian Government's land and development agency and is the lead organisation for the Subi East Redevelopment Project. Planning for the Subi East project is currently underway with a vision to develop the area, comprising of a series of precincts.
A dedicated project page with information on the development progress, vision and precinct information is available at www.landcorp.com.au/Residential/Subi-East.
Subi East includes Kitchener Park, the Subiaco Oval precinct and the Princess Margaret Hospital site. Planning authority has been transferred to the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) under the Subiaco Redevelopment Scheme. The MRA will soon begin the master planning of the area and the city will contribute through the Precinct Liaison Committee. Visit the MRA website for more information about the Subi East project.
Department of Education information
Forward works for stage one of the new Inner City College began in March 2018. These works include the realignment of underground water pipes and services infrastructure, with main building works due to start in the middle of the year. The Department of Education has provided a project update to all nearby properties with information about the scope of works, parking arrangements and other FAQs.
Kitchener Common Masterplan
The Kitchener Common Masterplan shows the City of Subiaco's vision for the precinct and was developed following consultation on the North Subiaco Structure Plan and community feedback on different scenarios for Subiaco Oval. The masterplan has been amended to account for the state government's proposal and will be a reference point as the city progresses its partnership with the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority.
Download City of Subiaco Kitchener Common Masterplan (PDF, 928KB)
Download Kitchener Common Masterplan – Indicative Built Form Looking East (PDF, 1.3MB)
Download Kitchener Common Masterplan – Indicative Built Form Looking West (PDF, 1.3MB)
The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority is the lead agency for the Subi East redevelopment.
Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority
T: (08) 6557 0700
The Department of Education is delivering the new Inner City College.
Department of Education