Thank you for your feedback on what services, programs, facilities and events you would like to see to activate the Canning Bridge precinct.Last Updated: 19 October 2020
With significant population growth forecast for WA, the State Government has designated activity centres across Perth, including Canning Bridge. The number of people who live, work or visit Canning Bridge will grow significantly over the coming decades which will require additional public spaces, infrastructure, facilities, programs and services to meet the needs of this changing community. We wanted to gain a better understanding of what services, programs, facilities and opportunities will be required into the future.
We asked the community to get involved and help us plan by completing an online survey and adding to the interactive map below.
Key themes from the engagement included:
- More access to facilities, programming and infrastructure to enhance outdoor recreation.
- Better accessibility and movement across and around Canning Highway.
- A broader range of hospitality offerings that would bring people together and cater for a wider age group.
- Improved integration of activities and programming to accommodate all ages.
- Access to information and engagement opportunities in planning decisions.
Read the Community Development and Place Activation Plan
See What the Community Said
We asked for your feedback on what services, programs, facilities and events you would like to see to activate the Canning Bridge precinct.
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About the Engagement
Let us know what’s working well and what needs improving at Canning Bridge
The Canning Bridge area has a wide range of cultural, civic, natural and community assets used by the local community, and attracts visitors from across Perth. The resident and worker populations of Canning Bridge are anticipated to grow significantly over the coming decades, which will place pressure on the area and require provision of additional public spaces, infrastructure, facilities, programs and services to meet community needs and aspirations.
We want to gain a better understanding of what services, programs, facilities and opportunities will best suit the community into the future. Partnering with place focused consultancy, element WA, the ‘At Canning Bridge’ project includes a range of research and analysis including demographics, comparative assessments of similar centres and analysis of trends affecting inner-city activity centres. A range of engagement activities will be conducted to reach a wide cross-section of people with a connection to the Canning Bridge area such as residents, workers, business owners, investors and government agencies. Engagement channels include an online survey and mapping tool, community workshops and stakeholder round tables. We have also conducted a place assessment of Canning Bridge to understand how it currently functions, its strengths and opportunities for improvement. This included a physical audit and interviews with local businesses and people using the area.
Results of this work will feed into a Community Development and Place Activation Plan for Canning Bridge.
How We Engaged with You
Who did we engage with? How could you get involved?
We engaged with residents, ratepayers, workers and visitors in the Canning Bridge area to gain a better understanding of activities and opportunities now and into the future at Canning Bridge.
What will happen with the information shared by the community?
In November 2019, the community were able to complete an online survey and put up comments on the interactive map on MelvilleTalks.
On Monday, 17 February 2020, current and future residents attended a placemaking workshop. A report on this workshop will be made available soon.
The community were invited to a FREE open day event, Street Soiree at Canning Bridge on Friday, 21 February 2020. The online community engagement on MelvilleTalks reopened during the event to give people the opportunity to take the survey and contribute their ideas on the interactive map. The community also meet the friendly folk at the Applecross Town Team to talk about the future of the Canning Bridge precinct, and participate in community engagement activities througout the day.
The results from the community engagement will be shared with those who participate and published on Melville Talks.
This results will also go on to inform Community Development and Place Activation Plans for the City to implement over the short to medium term at Canning Bridge
Would You like to Get More Involved in This Vibrant Community?
Talk to City staff about joining the newly formed Applecross Town Team – Cristina on 0414 400 136 Cristina@bourkes.com.au or Teresa on 9364 0147 firstname.lastname@example.org
Or try out one of the new activities at our newest community facility, the Cirque Community Space in Mount Pleasant. The Cirque Community Space is a community benefit contribution, as part of the Cirque Apartments. Located on the Ground Floor, 63 Kishorn Road, Mount Pleasant
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