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Subiaco - A one stop destination like no other for retail, leisure and business.
Did you know there is free parking in Subiaco every weekend, and every evening after 5pm? Plus, you can find $9 a day parking in 13 spots across the City?
The City of Subiaco offers incentives and assistance for owners of heritage properties, including a heritage advisory service and heritage grants.
Subiaco is a unique, popular and welcoming place. We celebrate our rich history, while embracing the diversity and vitality of the present.
Our public spaces and diverse local businesses contribute to a happy lifestyle for all.
The full vision, and how it guides City operations, is detailed in the Strategic Community Plan.
The Subi East project is the redevelopment of the area including Subiaco Oval, Kitchener Park, Mueller Park, the former Princess Margaret Hospital site and West Leederville train station. DevelopmentWA is the State Government agency leading the project.
The master plan is the blueprint for future development and considers building heights, landscaping, transport and access and many other elements. The Subi East Master Plan was finalised in November 2020 following community consultation led by DevelopmentWA.
Subiaco Oval is open to the public outside of school hours. New turf has been laid, interim landscaping has been installed and the heritage gates have been restored.
Future use of Subiaco Oval will be shared between junior sports, general community use, Bob Hawke College and the West Australian Football Commission. The City is working with stakeholders to finalise a shared user agreement which will outline the use, management and maintenance of the oval.
The demolition of Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) is expected to take 18 months. Preliminary works began in August 2020 and external structural demolition is schedule to commence in early 2021. DevelopmentWA has formed a Community Reference Group to provide feedback to the contractor throughout the demolition process.
Bob Hawke College, on Kitchener Park next to Subiaco Oval, opened in February 2020 for year seven students. Stage 2 construction will begin in mid-2021. By 2025 the school is expected to cater for years seven to 12.
Construction of Bob Hawke College is being led by the Department of Education. Information about the school and its construction is available at www.education.wa.edu.au/innercitycollege
For more information, call 9264 4111 or email FacilitiesProgramDelivery.Enquiries@education.wa.gov.au.
One of the agreed principles in the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the City of Subiaco and the state government is investigating a potential co-shared multi-use recreation facility during the master planning phase. The investigation will consider funding, ownership and management of a suitable site. A site has been identified on the masterplan. Before making a decision, the City will consider the best outcomes for the community, in consultation with the community.
The Kitchener Common Masterplan is the City’s vision for the precinct. The Masterplan was adopted by council in March 2017 following consultation on the North Subiaco Structure Plan and community feedback on different scenarios for Subiaco Oval. The masterplan was updated in August 2017 to account for the state government's proposal and will be a reference point as the City progresses its partnership with LandCorp and the MRA.
The City of Subiaco and the State Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in February 2018, securing future public access to Subiaco Oval and addressing the master planning for the precinct. The MOU includes the City’s priorities and outlines how master planning will address traffic, transport, access and parking arrangements, as well as heritage interpretation of the precinct.
The City is advocating for the conversion of Hay Street and Roberts Road to two-way traffic, and is liaising with City of Perth, Main Roads and other stakeholders on the proposal. Concept designs and traffic modelling have been completed. Funding for this project was not included in the state government's business case for Subi East, and the City is actively seeking state and federal funding opportunities. This is a priority project for the City.
The City is advocating for a cultural precinct honouring arts, culture, heritage and sport to be included as part of the masterplan. Located at Western Australia’s historic home of football, the space would celebrate the long history and cultural contribution of football at the iconic Subiaco Oval. The City is investigating funding opportunities to support this project.
Throughout the project, there will be opportunities for community members to provide input and feedback. If you would like to provide feedback or receive project updates, visit haveyoursay.developmentwa.com.au
DevelopmentWA is the state government design and development agency responsible for the Subi East Redevelopment. The agency encompasses the former LandCorp and Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA). A dedicated Subi East Redevelopment project page with information on planning, development progress and precinct information is available at developmentwa.com.au/subieast
For more information, phone 9482 7499 or email email@example.com.