Goal net installation and Jacaranda relocation
The nets have been installed behind the goals on Oval 1, with the help of a crane. This will help stop any footballs from straying too far from the boundary of the oval.
Toilet block installed and basketball area upgrade
The toilet block has been installed and is waiting for the completion of the sewer line which commenced last week.
The basketball area has been repainted and the lines re-marked, with a new backboard to be installed in the coming weeks.
Zone 7 update
An independent road safety audit was recently undertaken for Bishopsgate Street (Goddard Street to Roberts Road/Miller Street Street Roundabout) where major interface works with West Coast Eagles facilities are planned. This was undertaken as part of the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel's approval of the West Coast Eagles' development application.
Splash of colour for Scouts Building
This zone consists of an upgrade to the Scout Hall on Lathlain Place to provide a refreshed space for the community.
Artist Daek WIlliam has completed the mural on the front of the Scouts Hall which brings the previously drab outside to life with a splash of colour.
Mural concept for Scout Hall approved
WA artist Daek William will work his magic to bring the front of the Scouts Hall to life with a colourful mural of boys and girls playing in a whimsical treehouse. The art installation will commence in mid-May and a draft of the concept can be seen above. The Lathlain/Carlisle Scouts were extremely happy with the concept and are excited to have the artwork on the front of the building.
Proposed road improvements at intersection of Bishopsgate Street and Roberts Road/Miller Street – Main Roads black spot
The Town has secured funding from Main Roads WA for road improvements at the intersection of Bishopsgate Street/Roberts Road/Miller Street. An application was made through the Black Spot Program 2016/17 as an assessment of accident data showed a high proportion of rear end and right turn crashes.
Old bowls club/Tom Wright Park survey results
The responses to the survey on the proposed concept plan for the old bowls club site and Tom Wright Park are now available to view. A summary of the results can be found below. To view the full report, please contact us to request a copy on (08) 9311 8111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First home game of the season at Lathlain Park
A lot of activity has taken place in Zone 3 to prepare Oval 1 for use by the Perth Football Club for their first home game of the season which took place on Saturday, 1 April. These include:
Rayment Park works continue
The new playgrounds are proving to be a hit with young and old, particularly the nature play area. Work is continuing in other parts of the park, including:
Lathlain Playgroup moves into Community Building
Lathlain Playgroup has now moved into the building and set up their toys and equipment for the children to enjoy. There will be plenty of fun to be had outdoors as well in the backyard play area.