Scarborough Redevelopment Home / Development / Projects / Scarborough Redevelopment Page Content Current Status of Scarborough Redevelopment Works The Scarborough Redevelopment Works are currently under way. Georgiou Group have been appointed by the MRA as head contractor for the transformation of Scarborough's beachfront. For project updates including access to the beachfront and parking please refer to the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority website. Go to Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority websiteScarborough Redevelopment Project On 11 May 2016, the State Government announced the allocation of an additional $18 million investment, over its initial pledge of $30 million by Premier Colin Barnett in January 2015, towards transforming Scarborough Beach foreshore into one of Australia's best beachfronts and tourism hotspots. The State Government and the City of Stirling will collaborate to invest $75.4 million over the next three years. In addition, the City of Stirling will spend $26 million towards the construction of a 50m Scarborough Beach Pool bringing the total spend to $101.4 million.Development Applications in the Scarborough Redevelopment AreaAll Development Applications within the Scarborough Redevelopment Area will have to be lodged with and determined by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority. For more information please visit the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority website: Go to the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority websiteScarborough Beach Pool The City of Stirling will be constructing a pool at Scarborough Beach that will serve the diverse range of community, health and recreational needs. For more information and project update please visit the Scarborough Beach Pool webpage.Works CompletedThe City and the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority have completed the forward works to prepare the beachfront for the redevelopment works and installed the coloured down-lighting of the roof of the Amphitheatre and the coloured up-lighting of the Clock Tower, in addition to the bronze statues of the surf lifesavers and the public Wi-Fi.