Fleming Reserve Cash-in-lieu Visioning

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Outcome

Consultation has now concluded on this project. You can access the Community Engagement Report here, and within the documents tab.

Thank you for your involvement! The Fleming Reserve Cash-in-lieu project had the improvements determined by the Strategic Planning department. This project is set to be completed in the first half of 2021.




Background

The City of Kalamunda (City) is committed to creating spaces that meet the needs of everyone in our community. The City is currently going through a visioning exercise for Fleming Reserve, High Wycombe. This area of land is located on the corner of Newburn and Sorensen Roads. The site has been prioritised for upgrades benefiting from the funds available under cash-in-lieu of Public Open Spaces.

The City is now asking for local community input to help guide the future of this space. What’s your vision? How should this land be utilised? Tell us by completing this survey!

For more information on cash-in-lieu funding for public open spaces please refer to our helpful info-graphic or the Cash-in-Lieu of Public Open Space (External link) article governed by the Government of Western Australia's Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (External link).

Comments close 5pm, Wednesday, 19 November 2020

Outcome

Consultation has now concluded on this project. You can access the Community Engagement Report here, and within the documents tab.

Thank you for your involvement! The Fleming Reserve Cash-in-lieu project had the improvements determined by the Strategic Planning department. This project is set to be completed in the first half of 2021.




Background

The City of Kalamunda (City) is committed to creating spaces that meet the needs of everyone in our community. The City is currently going through a visioning exercise for Fleming Reserve, High Wycombe. This area of land is located on the corner of Newburn and Sorensen Roads. The site has been prioritised for upgrades benefiting from the funds available under cash-in-lieu of Public Open Spaces.

The City is now asking for local community input to help guide the future of this space. What’s your vision? How should this land be utilised? Tell us by completing this survey!

For more information on cash-in-lieu funding for public open spaces please refer to our helpful info-graphic or the Cash-in-Lieu of Public Open Space (External link) article governed by the Government of Western Australia's Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (External link).

Comments close 5pm, Wednesday, 19 November 2020