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Beatrice Road - Construction of Footpath

A footpath along Beatrice Road to connect Adelma Road to David Cruickshank and the Point Resolution Reserves, and other nearby community facilities is proposed.

Do you live nearby or visit the area, or interested in this project? If so, the City invites your thoughts which will further connect the pathways of Nedlands, and provide improved pedestrian safety, and accessibility to bus stops.

The City has developed two options for the southern side of the street:

  • Option 1: Property side
  • Option 2: Kerbside

The construction of footpaths in this area has been progressing for a number of years. During this time requests to construct footpaths have been received - the community supported the construction of footpaths to allow children to safely move between Dalkeith pre-primary and Dalkeith Primary schools. Construction of paths have occurred on Beatrice Road from Victoria to Wattle Avenue, and Alexander Road between Beatrice Road to Viking Road.

The last remaining section is on Beatrice Road to connect Adelma Road to David Cruickshank Reserve. Completion of this section will address:

  • Vehicle speeding issues and minor accidents
  • Provide for disability access
  • Provide a safe environment for pedestrians to access the bus stop
  • Provide a safe connection for pedestrians accessing David Cruickshank and Point Resolution Reserve and facilities

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

To participate in this project, please register using the Register to get Involved tab above. You can:

  • Review the information and proposed plans (Option 1, Option 2) available in the document library
  • Ask us a question by using the Ask Us a Question (see below) and we will respond
  • Complete the Online Submission (see below)
  • Read the Newsfeeds to stay updated

Feedback closed on Monday, 12 February 2018. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Further updates will be published on this engagement page following the assessment of feedback and reporting to the Council.


A footpath along Beatrice Road to connect Adelma Road to David Cruickshank and the Point Resolution Reserves, and other nearby community facilities is proposed.

Do you live nearby or visit the area, or interested in this project? If so, the City invites your thoughts which will further connect the pathways of Nedlands, and provide improved pedestrian safety, and accessibility to bus stops.

The City has developed two options for the southern side of the street:

  • Option 1: Property side
  • Option 2: Kerbside

The construction of footpaths in this area has been progressing for a number of years. During this time requests to construct footpaths have been received - the community supported the construction of footpaths to allow children to safely move between Dalkeith pre-primary and Dalkeith Primary schools. Construction of paths have occurred on Beatrice Road from Victoria to Wattle Avenue, and Alexander Road between Beatrice Road to Viking Road.

The last remaining section is on Beatrice Road to connect Adelma Road to David Cruickshank Reserve. Completion of this section will address:

  • Vehicle speeding issues and minor accidents
  • Provide for disability access
  • Provide a safe environment for pedestrians to access the bus stop
  • Provide a safe connection for pedestrians accessing David Cruickshank and Point Resolution Reserve and facilities

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

To participate in this project, please register using the Register to get Involved tab above. You can:

  • Review the information and proposed plans (Option 1, Option 2) available in the document library
  • Ask us a question by using the Ask Us a Question (see below) and we will respond
  • Complete the Online Submission (see below)
  • Read the Newsfeeds to stay updated

Feedback closed on Monday, 12 February 2018. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Further updates will be published on this engagement page following the assessment of feedback and reporting to the Council.


  • Your feedback is invited!

    26 days ago
    Improvement2

    The City is proposing to construct a footpath along the southern side of Beatrice Road to connect Adelma Road to David Cruickshank and the Point Resolution Reserves, and other nearby community facilities. This project allows the City to further connect the pathways of Nedlands and provide improved pedestrian safety, and accessibility to bus stops

    The City has developed the following two options:

    • Option 1: Property side
    • Option 2: Kerbside
    Feedback closes on Monday, 12 February 2018.

    The City is proposing to construct a footpath along the southern side of Beatrice Road to connect Adelma Road to David Cruickshank and the Point Resolution Reserves, and other nearby community facilities. This project allows the City to further connect the pathways of Nedlands and provide improved pedestrian safety, and accessibility to bus stops

    The City has developed the following two options:

    • Option 1: Property side
    • Option 2: Kerbside
    Feedback closes on Monday, 12 February 2018.