Place strategies and projects
To find out more about your town centre, please refer to the below strategies and projects.
Inglewood has a new spot for relaxing with the City’s very first artistic parklet named ‘Dundas’ now installed outside Finlay and Sons café on Dundas Road.
The parklet was designed, fabricated and installed by the creative design team ‘Respoke’. It features playful jenga style seating, greenery, eco decking, and outdoor swing bench and artistic balustrading. The parklet also cleverly incorporates colour bond style roofing which pays homage to the bungalow style housing throughout Inglewood.
Main Street Urban Design Study
The Main Street centre in Osborne Park is a cultural hub within the City consisting of a range of commercial premises, cafes, restaurants and community facilities.
The Osborne Park Urban Design Study was commenced in late 2017 in order to determine how Main Street could be designed to become more pedestrian-friendly. The Urban Design Study included three rounds of informal consultation (Vision Workshop, Design Workshop, and Open Day) resulting in a suite of documents.
To find out more about this planning strategiy, please click here.
Beaufort Street Strategy
Beaufort Street is one of Perth’s most vibrant and creative places offering a wide range of uses and services including shops, offices, restaurants and entertainment.
The Beaufort Street Strategy reflects the outcomes of the Beaufort Street Charrette, which was held between Monday 31 March to Wednesday 9 April 2014, to develop a vision and plan for revitalising Beaufort Street. A strong and healthy Beaufort Street will not only strengthen the communities of Mount Lawley and Inglewood, but will also play an integral role in delivering a more compact and liveable city for Perth.
To find out more, please click here.
The Inglewood on Beaufort community group has helped breathe new life into the Beaufort Street shopping precinct with the construction of two beautifully landscaped civic spaces. Dubbed Inglenooks, the vibrant public open spaces face Beaufort Street - directly opposite the Inglewood Town Square and library.
The space has transformed previously unusable garden beds and some paved areas between Ninth and Tenth Avenues into an inviting destination offering shade, lighting, art, games and gardens for the public to enjoy.