An artist impression of the proposed concept for the Subi East redevelopment area
Category
News
Date
4 February 2019

New concept images unveiled for Subiaco Oval and PMH

  • Subi East

Subi East will be one of the most significant urban redevelopment projects undertaken in Perth, involving the rejuvenation of 35.6 hectares of land into a thriving and connected inner-city hub.

The intention of releasing the early concept images is to share the broad vision for the redevelopment, and follows more than 12 months of consultation with the community and other stakeholders.

The Subi East 'Vision Concept' features a connected, vibrant new community, with strong transport links, walking and cycling paths and a network of high-quality landscaped green spaces linking it to surrounding areas.

Planning Minister Rita Saffioti said the consultation undertaken to date shows there is strong community support for revitalising Subiaco.

“Development will be undertaken in a way that will reflect the historical, cultural and heritage values of the area,” she said.

Subiaco Oval will be opened up for community use to continue its rich sporting heritage - the State heritage-listed entry gates and Sandover Medal Walk will be restored - and it will become home to the WA Football Commission.

Heritage buildings at the former Princess Margaret Hospital site will also be preserved and adapted for future use, while the stories of the Whadjuk people will be recognised and shared throughout Subi East.

Local residents and the broader community now have the opportunity to help further refine the plans for Subi East by providing input to help inform master planning for the project.

You can submit feedback on the concept from 4 February until 1 March 2019.

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