Further information on tree maintenance and pruning
The Town has approved tree maintenance and pruning works to the trees to the north of Oval 1 on Lathlain Park, and the works will be undertaken in the week commencing 13 March 2017. This is a process which has been undertaken previously.
Consultation closes Monday 13 March
The Town of Victoria Park has developed a draft concept plan for the enhancement of Zone 2, Tom Wright Park and the former bowls club site on Roberts Road, Carlisle. Prior to progressing this concept further, you are invited to participate in a survey to provide input.
Turf growth is on target
Civil works by the West Coast Eagles' contractor for Oval 1 and Oval 2 have been successfully completed with turf established and now being maintained by the contractor.
Nature play ready for fun
Kids will now be able to enjoy natural elements like wood and stone during their play time, with the completion of the nature play area. There is a large variety of elements and activities, including:
Community building gets a name
At the February 2017 Council meeting, Council resolved to name the building the 'Keith Hayes Community Centre'. The naming of the building will occur after the October 2017 local government elections.
Lathlain Playgroup has signed their lease and they are now organising to move in. The leases for the other two groups are being finalised.
New paving for the Scouts Building Zone
Over the last month we have seen the side and rear of the Scouts building come to life with new paving, which enhances the visual appearance and functionality of the site.
Community consultation - former bowling club site and Tom Wright Park
The Town of Victoria Park has developed a draft concept plan for the enhancement of Tom Wright Park and the former Lathlain/Carlisle bowling club on Roberts Road, Carlisle. Prior to progressing this concept further, you are invited to participate in a survey to provide comment.
Draft concept plan for Zone 8
Following consultation with the Carlisle Scouts and relevant stakeholders, the draft concept plan for Zone 8 has been presented to the LPRP team for consideration. Additional funding for the project has been requested for consideration in the mid-year budget review, which will take place this month.
Rayment Park playgrounds open
The security fences for the junior and senior playgrounds have now been removed and both playgrounds are open for the public to use.
Nature playground construction will begin on 6 February and finish in early March.
The revamp of the gazebo and the installation of picnic tables, a BBQ and shelter will commence in March.