Access and Parking Concept Plan: Ray Owen Reserve

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Consultation has concluded

The Master Plan for Ray Owen Reserve, including expansion of sporting buildings, ovals and car parks was endorsed by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting of 22 February 2016. The staged development of the Car Park Concept Plan was endorsed for community consultation by Council at its Ordinary Meeting of Council held 26 February 2019.

Community members were invited to comment on the Concept Plan via a survey (available online and in hard copy) or by presenting a written submission during the survey open period. The City also undertook a presentation to the Ray Owen Reserve Management Committee.

Engagement Activities & Promotion

The survey was supported by a community drop-in information session at Lesmurdie Hall on 18 March 2019, with approximately 20 community members attending. An information session at Lesmurdie Primary School on Monday 25 March 2019 with approximately 12 community members attending. City staff were also invited to participate in an internal workshop to gauge feedback on the plan relative to their respective areas of responsibility.

Seventy-one percent (71%) of respondents lived in Lesmurdie, with most indicating they do not use the car park at all, while 60% of respondents rated the concept plan as 'average', ‘good’ or ‘very good’ whereas, 34% rated it as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’ and 6% were unsure how to rate it.

Outcome

At the 24 September 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved to endorse the Ray Owen Access and Parking Concept Plan and commence further studies on stormwater, drainage and traffic and will provide revised concept plans for Council consideration.

The Master Plan for Ray Owen Reserve, including expansion of sporting buildings, ovals and car parks was endorsed by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting of 22 February 2016. The staged development of the Car Park Concept Plan was endorsed for community consultation by Council at its Ordinary Meeting of Council held 26 February 2019.

Community members were invited to comment on the Concept Plan via a survey (available online and in hard copy) or by presenting a written submission during the survey open period. The City also undertook a presentation to the Ray Owen Reserve Management Committee.

Engagement Activities & Promotion

The survey was supported by a community drop-in information session at Lesmurdie Hall on 18 March 2019, with approximately 20 community members attending. An information session at Lesmurdie Primary School on Monday 25 March 2019 with approximately 12 community members attending. City staff were also invited to participate in an internal workshop to gauge feedback on the plan relative to their respective areas of responsibility.

Seventy-one percent (71%) of respondents lived in Lesmurdie, with most indicating they do not use the car park at all, while 60% of respondents rated the concept plan as 'average', ‘good’ or ‘very good’ whereas, 34% rated it as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’ and 6% were unsure how to rate it.

Outcome

At the 24 September 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved to endorse the Ray Owen Access and Parking Concept Plan and commence further studies on stormwater, drainage and traffic and will provide revised concept plans for Council consideration.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    View the Concept Plan and share your feedback by completing this short survey!

    You can view the Concept Plan in the Document Library of this Project Page or pick up a hard copy from your local library of the City’s Administration Centre (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda).

    Comments close 5pm on 11 April 2019.

    Consultation has concluded
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