No boundary change for Hamilton Hill and North Coogee

Consultation has concluded

Minister decision - no boundary change

The Local Government Minister has dismissed a request for Hamilton Hill and North Coogee to be moved from the City of Cockburn to the City of Fremantle.

During 2016, the Local Government Advisory Board called for submissions about whether the City of Fremantle should extend its border over these two suburbs.

A small number of residents submitted a proposal to the LGAB, proposing that the suburbs of Hamilton Hill and part of North Coogee (between South Beach and Port Coogee) be handed over to the City of Fremantle. The City of Cockburn rejected the proposal.

We asked

We asked you to support the City by writing submissions to the LGAB and attending the public hearing in Hilton on 3 October 2016.

You said

Cockburn residents enthusiastically embraced this campaign, with more than 300 people attending the hearing and dozens of submissions being sent to the LGAB against the proposal.

We did

The City wrote a submission outlining the projected cost and impact on residents and community of the proposal.

The Mayor thanked the community members and community organisations who supported the campaign.

This issue has been resolved positively. Thankyou for your support.




Minister decision - no boundary change

The Local Government Minister has dismissed a request for Hamilton Hill and North Coogee to be moved from the City of Cockburn to the City of Fremantle.

During 2016, the Local Government Advisory Board called for submissions about whether the City of Fremantle should extend its border over these two suburbs.

A small number of residents submitted a proposal to the LGAB, proposing that the suburbs of Hamilton Hill and part of North Coogee (between South Beach and Port Coogee) be handed over to the City of Fremantle. The City of Cockburn rejected the proposal.

We asked

We asked you to support the City by writing submissions to the LGAB and attending the public hearing in Hilton on 3 October 2016.

You said

Cockburn residents enthusiastically embraced this campaign, with more than 300 people attending the hearing and dozens of submissions being sent to the LGAB against the proposal.

We did

The City wrote a submission outlining the projected cost and impact on residents and community of the proposal.

The Mayor thanked the community members and community organisations who supported the campaign.

This issue has been resolved positively. Thankyou for your support.