Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan

Maida Vale Reserve is an important asset for the community. The City of Kalamunda is investigating how best to make use of the precinct to accommodate a range of sporting and community uses in ways that recognise its value as a community asset and, at the same time, as a local centre for participation in sport, community and leisure activities, along with the established environmental area.

Consultancy company, ABV Leisure Services Consultancy has been appointed by the City to prepare the master plan, and undertake community consultation.

Community Presentation Workshop
Interested residents, community groups and sporting clubs are invited to attend a presentation evening hosted by the City of Kalamunda, on the consultation results for the Maida Vale Reserve Draft Master Plan.
Location: Norm Saddler Pavilion, Ridgehill Road, Maida Vale
Date: Wednesday, 19th of September at 6:00pm.
RSVP: City of Kalamunda on 9257 9841 or enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au


BACKGROUND

August 2018: Draft Master Plan Released for Public Comment
The City of Kalamunda, in partnership with A Balanced View Leisure Consultancy and in consultation with community through public consultation, have developed the Draft Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan. The principal aim of the draft master plan is to provide a strategy to guide future enhancement and development of the reserve in a sustainable manner to maximise opportunities for active and passive recreation for the community. Maida Vale Reserve is an important asset for the community. The draft master plan aims to make the best use of the precinct to accommodate a range of sporting and community uses. It will recognise its value as a community asset and as a local centre for sport participation, community and leisure activities, and as an established environmental area. Public Comments closed 5pm on Thursday, 30 August 2018.
View more information about the draft Master Plan here.

January - March 2018: Visioning Stage
NOTE: Community consultation closed for stage on 7 March 2018
Consultancy company, ABV Leisure Services Consultancy has been appointed by the City to prepare the master plan, and undertake community consultation.

The project is in the very early stages and the local community and key stakeholders will be consulted, engaged and informed at every step of the way. Information and updates will be published on this page as the project develops to keep the community informed and involved.

Maida Vale Reserve is an important asset for the community. The City of Kalamunda is investigating how best to make use of the precinct to accommodate a range of sporting and community uses in ways that recognise its value as a community asset and, at the same time, as a local centre for participation in sport, community and leisure activities, along with the established environmental area.

Consultancy company, ABV Leisure Services Consultancy has been appointed by the City to prepare the master plan, and undertake community consultation.

Community Presentation Workshop
Interested residents, community groups and sporting clubs are invited to attend a presentation evening hosted by the City of Kalamunda, on the consultation results for the Maida Vale Reserve Draft Master Plan.
Location: Norm Saddler Pavilion, Ridgehill Road, Maida Vale
Date: Wednesday, 19th of September at 6:00pm.
RSVP: City of Kalamunda on 9257 9841 or enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au


BACKGROUND

August 2018: Draft Master Plan Released for Public Comment
The City of Kalamunda, in partnership with A Balanced View Leisure Consultancy and in consultation with community through public consultation, have developed the Draft Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan. The principal aim of the draft master plan is to provide a strategy to guide future enhancement and development of the reserve in a sustainable manner to maximise opportunities for active and passive recreation for the community. Maida Vale Reserve is an important asset for the community. The draft master plan aims to make the best use of the precinct to accommodate a range of sporting and community uses. It will recognise its value as a community asset and as a local centre for sport participation, community and leisure activities, and as an established environmental area. Public Comments closed 5pm on Thursday, 30 August 2018.
View more information about the draft Master Plan here.

January - March 2018: Visioning Stage
NOTE: Community consultation closed for stage on 7 March 2018
Consultancy company, ABV Leisure Services Consultancy has been appointed by the City to prepare the master plan, and undertake community consultation.

The project is in the very early stages and the local community and key stakeholders will be consulted, engaged and informed at every step of the way. Information and updates will be published on this page as the project develops to keep the community informed and involved.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Maida Vale Reserve draft Master Plan Community Survey

    This survey is seeking Community feedback on the Draft Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey and have your say!

    Comments close 5:00pm 30 August 2018

    This survey is seeking Community feedback on the Draft Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey and have your say!

    Comments close 5:00pm 30 August 2018

    Take Survey
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Visioning: Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan Community Survey

    This survey is seeking Community feedback on what your needs and aspirations are for Maida Vale Reserve. So please take a few minutes to complete this short survey and have your say!

    Please note that User Groups (sporting clubs and recreation) will be requested to undertake the User Groups survey. If you have not received the User Groups survey, please contact 9257 9839.

    Comments close 5:00pm 7 March 2018

    This survey is seeking Community feedback on what your needs and aspirations are for Maida Vale Reserve. So please take a few minutes to complete this short survey and have your say!

    Please note that User Groups (sporting clubs and recreation) will be requested to undertake the User Groups survey. If you have not received the User Groups survey, please contact 9257 9839.

    Comments close 5:00pm 7 March 2018

    Take Survey