Redcliffe Station Precinct

The Precinct Masterplan and Draft Activity Centre Plan set the vision and framework for the intent, place-character, growth and implementation of this key urban regeneration area for Perth.

 

 

The Goal

The Redcliffe Station Precinct forms a core component of the initial delivery stages of the WA Government’s Metronet Project, but the project itself significantly pre-dated the Metronet initiative.

The City of Belmont initiated the project in 2005, known then as the Redcliffe Area Development and Rejuvenation (RADAR), to coordinate the removal of Brearley Avenue and capitalise on opportunities to reconnect the existing residential neighbourhood.

Our Role

In 2013 the City of Belmont, in collaboration with Perth Airport Pty Ltd, engaged TBB to assist in developing an aspirational vision plan for the broader precinct to assist in formulating more detailed planning and development. TBB is also preparing a funding strategy to manage delivery of enabling infrastructure.

The Outcome

The project’s vision and design concepts have been generated collaboratively with community and industry reference groups, Government Stakeholders and Elected Members. TBB has upheld the objectives of the vision through the various planning and design stages and coordinated a multi disciplinary team on behalf of the City of Belmont.

The plan for urban revitalisation will accommodate over time a diverse mix of homes, from small single residential lots and town houses, to medium and high density apartment living. Mixed-use and employment-generating land uses will also be encouraged around the station and along Great Eastern Highway. Retained mature vegetation and new urban parklands and plazas will form the centrepiece for community gatherings, passive and active recreation. Connections will be forged with the commercial and retail development springing up at Perth Airport and the nearby Swan River.

The project is now moving towards implementation and TBB is assisting the City in preparing funding strategies and engaging with utility providers to ensure the proposed intensification is serviced and integrated in a timely manner.

 

The wealth of experience and innovation employed by Taylor Burrell Barnett was of vital importance to the delivery of the Redcliffe Station Precinct planning framework and in continuing to work with the local community. – City of Belmont

Quick Facts

  • Location
    Redcliffe, City of Belmont
  • Site Area
    174 ha
  • Land Use
    Mixed Use

Project Team

Lex Barnett
Managing Director

Jarrod Ross
Principal

Karen Hyde
Principal

Mark Bancroft
Principal

Ben De Marchi
Director

Services

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