UWA-QEII Precinct - Community Engagement

Overview

Over the last ten years, both the City of Nedlands and the City of Perth have undergone rapid change. The City of Nedlands is experiencing significant pressures and ongoing rapid change to the urban landscape following the adoption of the City's Local Planning Scheme No.3 (LPS3).

The City of Perth, with the City of Nedlands, are working together to plan the future of our local neighbourhoods. The Crawley-Nedlands neighbourhood is home to some of Perth’s major institutions including the University of Western Australia and the QEII medical precinct comprising primary through to tertiary health, mental health, as well as medical research and development functions.

As these major institutions evolve and expand, the surrounding neighbourhood is also changing, with greater demand for housing and shops near to this major activity. To best plan for how the neighbourhood will change, develop and grow into the future, we need to understand the community’s vision for the area and the knowledge and expertise the community has about the neighbourhood.

To do this, the City of Perth, with the support of the City of Nedlands, is embarking on a series of Crawley-Nedlands engagement exercises. This work will support longer-term planning for the UWA-QEII precinct and its surrounds and the community’s input will help to influence that planning.


Seeking Community Input

The engagement will comprise a visioning and built form review with the community. A Citizens Advisory Panel will be formed with representatives from the community to take part in these workshops. Residents, ratepayers and local businesses located within the Study Area have been directly invited to register their interest.

For any residents, ratepayers and local businesses who are not located within the Study Area, there will be future opportunities to be involved in this exciting project at a later date.

If you are interested in participating, you can register your expression of interest by 26 May 2021 by clicking here

For more information on the project, please contact Etienne Brits on (08) 9461 3333 at the City of Perth or alternatively, Bonnie Hall, Strategic Planning and Place Officer at the City of Nedlands on (08) 9273 3500.

Overview

Over the last ten years, both the City of Nedlands and the City of Perth have undergone rapid change. The City of Nedlands is experiencing significant pressures and ongoing rapid change to the urban landscape following the adoption of the City's Local Planning Scheme No.3 (LPS3).

The City of Perth, with the City of Nedlands, are working together to plan the future of our local neighbourhoods. The Crawley-Nedlands neighbourhood is home to some of Perth’s major institutions including the University of Western Australia and the QEII medical precinct comprising primary through to tertiary health, mental health, as well as medical research and development functions.

As these major institutions evolve and expand, the surrounding neighbourhood is also changing, with greater demand for housing and shops near to this major activity. To best plan for how the neighbourhood will change, develop and grow into the future, we need to understand the community’s vision for the area and the knowledge and expertise the community has about the neighbourhood.

To do this, the City of Perth, with the support of the City of Nedlands, is embarking on a series of Crawley-Nedlands engagement exercises. This work will support longer-term planning for the UWA-QEII precinct and its surrounds and the community’s input will help to influence that planning.


Seeking Community Input

The engagement will comprise a visioning and built form review with the community. A Citizens Advisory Panel will be formed with representatives from the community to take part in these workshops. Residents, ratepayers and local businesses located within the Study Area have been directly invited to register their interest.

For any residents, ratepayers and local businesses who are not located within the Study Area, there will be future opportunities to be involved in this exciting project at a later date.

If you are interested in participating, you can register your expression of interest by 26 May 2021 by clicking here

For more information on the project, please contact Etienne Brits on (08) 9461 3333 at the City of Perth or alternatively, Bonnie Hall, Strategic Planning and Place Officer at the City of Nedlands on (08) 9273 3500.

  • UWA - QEII Precinct Plan - Citizens Advisory Panel

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    The City of Perth, working together with the City of Nedlands, is embarking on a series of Crawley-Nedlands engagement exercises. This work will support longer-term planning for the UWA QEII precinct and its surrounds, and the community’s input will help to influence that planning.

    If you have received an invitation to participate in the Citizens Advisory Panel, and would like to register your interest in being considered, please register here

    Registrations close 26 May 2021