Broadway Precinct

The Broadway Precinct extends across both the Melvista and Dalkeith wards. The precinct extends from Stirling Highway, southwards towards the river, following the alignment of Broadway.

When LPS3 was gazetted in April 2019 it included changes to the zoning and density coding that will allow for greater development density within the precinct, on both the Mixed Use and Residential lots.

The City now has an opportunity to prepare a policy informed by community engagement which outlines the vision for the precinct, to provide a design response that is consistent with the character of the area.

What has been done so far?

Noting that the Broadway precinct falls within UWA-QEIIMC Specialised Activity Centre, the work undertaken by the City of Nedlands for the Broadway Precinct will ultimately feed into the UWA-QEIIMC Precinct Plan. The City of Nedlands and City of Perth are working collaboratively to ensure that the various pieces of work being undertaken across both local government areas are brought together under the higher-level plan. To support this project, a Citizens Advisory Panel has been established which comprises 40 members from both the City of Perth and the City of Nedlands to provide ongoing feedback about the direction of the project.

In addition to this, the City commissioned a Character and Built Form study for the Broadway Precinct, which was completed in mid-2021. This background document provides further input into the current character and context of the precinct area, and the built form modelling controls proposed for the area.

The findings and recommendations of this study will be used as an informing document to assist in preparing a policy that aligns with community expectation.

To ensure the local community has an opportunity to help shape the future of the Broadway Precinct, the City established a Community Reference Group (CRG). Expressions of interest for the CRG were invited from local residents, landowners and business owners located within the precinct in July 2020. A total of 13 community members were selected to be a member of the Broadway CRG. The first CRG meeting was held in October 2020.

What is happening next?

Further meetings are now scheduled for the CRG, between August and December 2021.

Opportunities for the wider community to be involved in informing this process will be available - and we strongly encourage you to fill in the "Keep Updated" form below, so you don't miss out.

Have a question?

The Broadway Precinct extends across both the Melvista and Dalkeith wards. The precinct extends from Stirling Highway, southwards towards the river, following the alignment of Broadway.

When LPS3 was gazetted in April 2019 it included changes to the zoning and density coding that will allow for greater development density within the precinct, on both the Mixed Use and Residential lots.

The City now has an opportunity to prepare a policy informed by community engagement which outlines the vision for the precinct, to provide a design response that is consistent with the character of the area.

What has been done so far?

Noting that the Broadway precinct falls within UWA-QEIIMC Specialised Activity Centre, the work undertaken by the City of Nedlands for the Broadway Precinct will ultimately feed into the UWA-QEIIMC Precinct Plan. The City of Nedlands and City of Perth are working collaboratively to ensure that the various pieces of work being undertaken across both local government areas are brought together under the higher-level plan. To support this project, a Citizens Advisory Panel has been established which comprises 40 members from both the City of Perth and the City of Nedlands to provide ongoing feedback about the direction of the project.

In addition to this, the City commissioned a Character and Built Form study for the Broadway Precinct, which was completed in mid-2021. This background document provides further input into the current character and context of the precinct area, and the built form modelling controls proposed for the area.

The findings and recommendations of this study will be used as an informing document to assist in preparing a policy that aligns with community expectation.

To ensure the local community has an opportunity to help shape the future of the Broadway Precinct, the City established a Community Reference Group (CRG). Expressions of interest for the CRG were invited from local residents, landowners and business owners located within the precinct in July 2020. A total of 13 community members were selected to be a member of the Broadway CRG. The first CRG meeting was held in October 2020.

What is happening next?

Further meetings are now scheduled for the CRG, between August and December 2021.

Opportunities for the wider community to be involved in informing this process will be available - and we strongly encourage you to fill in the "Keep Updated" form below, so you don't miss out.

Have a question?

  • Community Reference Group Workshops - Outcomes Report

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    The Outcomes Report from the Community Reference Group workshops is now available. The report and appendices can be downloaded from the Document Library on the right hand side of this webpage.

    The Outcomes Report will be updated with the outcomes of the Open House and Survey, once the survey period closes.

  • Survey - Open period extended

    The City is aware that some community members have experienced technical issues with completing the online survey. These have now been rectified and the open period for the survey has been extended. Apologies for any inconveniences caused.

    You now have until 5pm Sunday 24 October 2021 to complete the survey.

  • Open House a success!

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    The City hosted an Open House at Adam Armstrong Pavilion on Monday, 4 October 2021 between 5pm - 7pm.

    The event was well attended by local community members, who provided feedback on key messages from the Broadway Community Reference Group.

  • HAVE YOUR SAY: Survey now live!

    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    The City is currently collecting information that will inform the Broadway Precinct Local Planning Policy and is inviting community comment.

    This survey is one of a number of engagement activities the City is using to collect information to guide the future of the Broadway Precinct.

    When creating a framework for a great place, there are many elements that contribute to its success. The survey will go through each of these so that we can better understand your vision for the Broadway Precinct.

    Complete survey HERE.

    The survey has been extended and now closes on Sunday 24 October 2021.

  • Open House - 4 October 2021

    Have your say on the Broadway Precinct Local Planning Policy!

    The City is hosting an open house at Adam Armstrong Pavilion on Monday, 4 October 2021 between 5 - 7pm.

    To help us ascertain numbers, please RSVP here by 5pm, Thursday 30 September 2021.

  • Community Reference Group - Workshop 3

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    The third workshop for the Broadway Precinct was held on Wednesday 8 September 2021. Eight members of the Broadway Community Reference Group (CRG) were in attendance.

    The workshop provided CRG members with an opportunity to review the findings and outcomes from the previous two workshops, as well as confirm the vision for the Precinct.

  • Community Reference Group - Workshop 2

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    The second workshop for the Broadway Precinct was held on Saturday 21 August 2021. Twelve members of the Broadway Community Reference Group (CRG) were in attendance.

    This workshop involved detailed discussions around the themes of land use, streetscape, built form, landscaping, interfaces and access/parking.

    The key outcomes from Workshop 1 and 2 are currently being reviewed and summarised. An outcomes report from these workshops will soon be published on this page as soon as it is available.

  • Community Reference Group - Workshop 1

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    The first workshop for the Broadway Precinct was held on Thursday 5 August 2021. Eight members of the Broadway Community Reference Group (CRG) were in attendance.

    This workshop provided CRG members with an overview of the City’s previous work within the Broadway Precinct, an introduction to the overall engagement program and an introduction to the built form themes the CRG will be working with in later workshops. The current and future desired character of the Broadway Precinct was also explored.

  • Community Reference Group – Engagement Workshops

    Engagement Workshops with the appointed Community Reference Group (CRG) will soon be commencing. The CRG will work with the City, and the appointed consultants, to develop the future vision and built form preferences for the precinct. There will be opportunities for the wider community to be involved and contribute to the future vision of precinct at key points between now and the end of 2021.

  • Expressions of Interest - Community Reference Group

    CLOSED: This submission period is now closed.
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    THIS OPPORTUNITY HAS NOW CLOSED.

    The City is currently inviting expressions of interest (EOI) to be a part of the Broadway Precinct Plan Community Reference Group.

    How do I express my interest in joining the Community Reference Group?

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