Reserve upgrade, Yangebup Road

February 2019

The City is preparing a plan for Lot 8 reserve in Yangebup Road, next to the Mater Christi Catholic primary school, with capacity for an improved oval and a new playground.

Parents and management of the school have identified the need to replace the playground and sought financial support from the City.

This has led to the City reviewing the infrastructure and management of the site. It is part of a wider consultation in 2019 for a Master Plan for Lake Yangebup and Little Rush Lake which are within the Beeliar Regional Park.

If you would like to receive monthly updates about the project, please register your interest below.

The City is working together with the community, the school and the Beeliar Regional Park Community Advisory Committee to determine the best possible outcome for this area and how to make this a more meaningful space for the whole community by master planning a level of infrastructure for the site.

Draft strategies have identified this as being only a local level facility; however there may be a great activation potential for the wide range of users with few small but constructive changes.

In the lead-up to conversations next year, consider how you might interact with this site? How would you like to see it developed into the future?

The plan will cover:

  • Overall vision of site
  • Interaction with surrounding lots and land uses
  • Site analysis
  • Community consultation
  • Consideration of location of current and new infrastructure
  • Future maintenance and management arrangements
  • A concept design and capital cost estimate to inform future budgets

The reserve falls within the Beeliar Regional Park and is classified as Bush Forever, so the bushland is highly protected.

Strategies such as the draft Yangebup Revitalisation Strategy have identified the need for public access to the reserve. The City’s draft Community Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan has recognised the under supply of active sports reserves, and the role of Mater Christi Public Open Space to serve as local sports reserve.

The cul-de-sac near the reserve at the end of Yangebup Road serves as a key entry point for access for cyclists, walkers and runners to Yangebup Lake.

We look forward to working with you on this project.

February 2019

The City is preparing a plan for Lot 8 reserve in Yangebup Road, next to the Mater Christi Catholic primary school, with capacity for an improved oval and a new playground.

Parents and management of the school have identified the need to replace the playground and sought financial support from the City.

This has led to the City reviewing the infrastructure and management of the site. It is part of a wider consultation in 2019 for a Master Plan for Lake Yangebup and Little Rush Lake which are within the Beeliar Regional Park.

If you would like to receive monthly updates about the project, please register your interest below.

The City is working together with the community, the school and the Beeliar Regional Park Community Advisory Committee to determine the best possible outcome for this area and how to make this a more meaningful space for the whole community by master planning a level of infrastructure for the site.

Draft strategies have identified this as being only a local level facility; however there may be a great activation potential for the wide range of users with few small but constructive changes.

In the lead-up to conversations next year, consider how you might interact with this site? How would you like to see it developed into the future?

The plan will cover:

  • Overall vision of site
  • Interaction with surrounding lots and land uses
  • Site analysis
  • Community consultation
  • Consideration of location of current and new infrastructure
  • Future maintenance and management arrangements
  • A concept design and capital cost estimate to inform future budgets

The reserve falls within the Beeliar Regional Park and is classified as Bush Forever, so the bushland is highly protected.

Strategies such as the draft Yangebup Revitalisation Strategy have identified the need for public access to the reserve. The City’s draft Community Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan has recognised the under supply of active sports reserves, and the role of Mater Christi Public Open Space to serve as local sports reserve.

The cul-de-sac near the reserve at the end of Yangebup Road serves as a key entry point for access for cyclists, walkers and runners to Yangebup Lake.

We look forward to working with you on this project.

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