About the Lathlain Precinct

About the Lathlain Precinct

The Lathlain Precinct has long been identified by the Town as an area for enhancement and revival. The Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project (LPRP) is now in the Town’s Strategic Community Plan as a priority project. There are eight project zones that make up the LPRP that will undergo redevelopment and/or revitalisation.

The project will be delivered by the Town in partnership with the West Coast Eagles and the Perth Football Club. This partnership aims to set new standards in the delivery of an active community sports complex and substantial community benefits to the people of Lathlain, and the broader community.

This website will provide information and updates on the project as they happen. We will be adding to the website frequently, and you can be alerted to new information if you subscribe to the eNewsletter at the bottom of this page.

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Old Bowls Club Site Not To Be Used For Construction Parking

August 25, 2016

The Town has confirmed that for the works happening on Lathlain Park construction vehicles are not proposed to park on the old Lathlain-Carlisle bowls club site. The site will be used as temporary car parking for Perth Football Club home games for season 2017.

Scouts Building Progress Update

August 24, 2016

Turf has been installed to enhance the functionality of the grounds, and pedestrian pathways will improve access from Lathlain Place and McCartney Crescent.

It is anticipated that the fencing and gate works should be complete by the end of September, along with other minor alternations to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the building.

Significant works on the shed and main building will take place in due course.

New Weeknight Workshop Offered

August 23, 2016

Can't make the weekend workshops? A lite version of Workshop Two is now also being offered and will go ahead if there is enough interest from the community. This workshop is scheduled for

Wednesday, 31 August - 6pm to 8pm

and will be held at the Town of Victoria Park Administration Building.