The Heart of Beaconsfield masterplan project was led by the City of Fremantle in cooperation with the Department of Communities and other partners. The plan provides a very general guide to how the redevelopment of various sites within the suburb might redevelop, particularly around the Davis Park precinct, Lefroy Road Quarry and the former South Metropolitan TAFE site. It covers a 48 hectare area stretching from South Street to Clontarf Road.
Key features include the retention of Bruce Lee Oval and the future development of a new oval on the Lefroy Road Quarry, a new green link connecting South Street to Lefroy Road and Clontarf Road, and the retention of community facilities including Fremantle College, child care centres and Activ disability support services.
The plan accommodates the Department of Communities proposal for a redeveloped residential and retail precinct at Davis Park, redevelopment of the TAFE site and medium density residential development on surplus land adjoining Bruce Lee Oval.
A final masterplan concept was adopted by council in April 2021, following and extensive community engagement and development process.