Shenton Park Hospital Redevelopment

Consultation has concluded

An artist's impression of Victoria House and the retail centre in the heart of the development.

Redevelopment plans released for public comment

Following extensive stakeholder and community engagement, the redevelopment of the former Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital site has taken a step closer with proposed plans released for public comment by the State Government.

The release of the Improvement Scheme, which includes the Structure Plan and Design Guidelines is a significant milestone and result of extensive community and stakeholder input and master planning led by LandCorp. Click here to see the plans.

The Scheme provides the statutory planning for a new urban village including a range of modern housing options with high quality design, alongside a mix of cafes, shops and community facilities, including 23% of public open space to support retention of trees within the existing landscape setting.

The Improvement Scheme and associated planning documents will be available online for public comment by visiting www.planning.wa.gov.au/shentonpark Public submissions close 5pm Monday 18 April 2016.

As part of the extensive community engagement program, LandCorp will hold Information Sessions for the public to learn more about the redevelopment and to speak to a member of the project team.

Redevelopment plans released for public comment

Following extensive stakeholder and community engagement, the redevelopment of the former Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital site has taken a step closer with proposed plans released for public comment by the State Government.

The release of the Improvement Scheme, which includes the Structure Plan and Design Guidelines is a significant milestone and result of extensive community and stakeholder input and master planning led by LandCorp. Click here to see the plans.

The Scheme provides the statutory planning for a new urban village including a range of modern housing options with high quality design, alongside a mix of cafes, shops and community facilities, including 23% of public open space to support retention of trees within the existing landscape setting.

The Improvement Scheme and associated planning documents will be available online for public comment by visiting www.planning.wa.gov.au/shentonpark Public submissions close 5pm Monday 18 April 2016.

As part of the extensive community engagement program, LandCorp will hold Information Sessions for the public to learn more about the redevelopment and to speak to a member of the project team.

Consultation has concluded
  • Proposed Master Plan

    almost 2 years ago
    Sheph 2015 12 22 linkage precinct artists impression

    Following extensive stakeholder engagement over the last 18 months, the draft Improvement Scheme has been released for public comment by the State Government.

    The Improvement Scheme includes the Structure Plan (master plan) and Design Guidelines and the community are encouraged to have their say.

    The draft Improvement Scheme and associated planning documents are available online and hard copies are also available for public comment by visiting www.planning.wa.gov.au/shentonpark

    Submissions close on Monday 18th April at 5pm.

    LandCorp will also be hosting a number of Information Sessions for the community to learn more about the redevelopment and to speak to a member... Continue reading

    Following extensive stakeholder engagement over the last 18 months, the draft Improvement Scheme has been released for public comment by the State Government.

    The Improvement Scheme includes the Structure Plan (master plan) and Design Guidelines and the community are encouraged to have their say.

    The draft Improvement Scheme and associated planning documents are available online and hard copies are also available for public comment by visiting www.planning.wa.gov.au/shentonpark

    Submissions close on Monday 18th April at 5pm.

    LandCorp will also be hosting a number of Information Sessions for the community to learn more about the redevelopment and to speak to a member of the project team. Click here to see the plans.