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Past community engagement projects

Fremantle Primary School Park playground - Closed 15/12/2014
We’re designing an upgrade of the playground at Fremantle Primary School Park. The upgrade is part of a longer term strategy for the City’s play spaces, which aims to improve playground facilities, access and amenity.

Draft integrated transport strategy - Closed 12/12/2014
The integrated transport strategy (ITS) will guide the City’s decision making on transport projects and infrastructure over coming years. The City is interested to hear your thoughts on the ITS and welcomes all submissions.

Parking permit policy review - Closed 13/10/2014
The City is currently analysing the feedback it received on parking permit review.

Scheme amendment 61 - Closed 13/10/2014
Amendment No. 61 proposes the minor review of the current development provisions and standards for the city centre strategic sites of sub area 1.3.2 of Local Planning Area 1 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No. 4.

local planning policy 3.11 – McCabe Street area, North Fremantle – height of new buildings - Closed 30/05/2014
The City of Fremantle Council has adopted a revised local planning policy 3.11 – McCabe Street area, North Fremantle – height of new buildings (LPP.3.11) for public comment. The local planning policy was first adopted in 2009. Revision of the policy has been restricted to modification of the height limits on a specific area of 130 Stirling Highway and 15 McCabe Street, North Fremantle and where the modification does not impact on the overall purpose and principles of the policy.

Samson Park fitness circuit - Closed 06/12/2013
Thank you to the residents of Samson who provided feedback on the draft proposal; your comments have assisted us to improve new recreation opportunities in Samson Park.

Strengthening arts and culture - Closed 31/10/2013
In September 2013, the City announced plans to consult on strengthening the local arts sector. A summary of the feedback received over the eight week consultation period and the final outcome follows.

Public comment period closed: Former Kim Beazley School site local structure plan - Closed 18/10/2013
The proposed former Kim Beazley School site local structure plan, as developed by Landcorp and prepared and submitted by Urbis Pty Ltd, is located east of Fremantle, and positioned between the Royal Fremantle Golf Course/Booyeembara Park. The residential density plan accompanying the structure plan proposes density of R25 to R80.

Public comment period closed: Scheme amendment no. 50 - Additional dwelling provisions - Closed 04/10/2013
To enable the development of an additional dwelling on a residential lot in specific circumstances where the lot benefits from front and rear public road access, irrespective of the residential density coding applicable to the lot.

Valley Park - Closed 15/09/2013
Your feedback contributed to a number of community inspired principles that will guide the development of a concept plan to revitalise Valley Park.

Esplanade Youth Plaza - Closed 31/05/2013
Esplanade Youth Plaza community engagement feedback and outcomes.

Arthur Head place making ideas - Closed 16/03/2013
Thank you to everyone who contributed ideas to activate the public spaces at Arthur Head at a workshop held in March 2013.

South Beach ramp - Closed 28/02/2013
An overview of the outcomes of the South Beach ramp consultation, conducted early 2013.


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City of Fremantle
Town Hall Centre
8 William St Fremantle
T 08 9432 9999
TTY 08 9432 9777
F 08 9430 4634
E info@fremantle.wa.gov.au

Useful information

Community engagement framework
Community engagement policy


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