The City of Stirling, in partnership with the Stirling City Centre Alliance, aims to transform the Stirling City Centre into an integrated and modern, mixed-use, and transit-oriented centre around the Stirling train station. Find out more about the redevelopment project.
Vision and aim
Stirling City Centre strives to become a sustainable 21st century city, a hub for a diverse and prosperous community, and a place of wellbeing for everyone.
The aim is to transform the Stirling City Centre into an integrated and modern, mixed-use, transit-oriented centre around the Stirling train station.
About the Stirling City Centre Alliance
The project is managed by the Stirling City Centre Alliance—a collaboration between the community, local and state governments, and the private sector.
The Stirling City Centre Alliance project team is works with key stakeholders, encouraging the collaborative process to help the City realise its vision for the future. It is also working to secure funding and devise a governance structure for the project.
Stirling City Centre Structure Plan
The City of Stirling and the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) are reviewing the Stirling Regional Centre Structure Plan that was adopted in 1995.
A draft revised plan was adopted by the Council in June 2011, with public consultation taking place in July and August 2011.
The new Stirling City Centre will include:
• Innaloo Shopping Centre
• The Stirling Civic Centre precinct
• Osborne Park Hospital
• Part of the Osborne Park industrial area
• The Greater Union cinema
• Some residences.
The revised plan aims to:
• Transform Stirling to a mixed-use high-amenity city based around light rail
• Prepare detailed area plans for each precinct within Stirling City Centre
• Consolidate appropriate development around the train station
• Create a real ‘heart’ or identity for the Centre
• Improve the pedestrian and cyclist environment and network
• Enhance future use of the Stephenson Road reserve.
Find out more
Visit the Stirling City Centre Alliance website for more details on the project's progress.