Campaign to support Bayswater businesses wins.
An exciting future is instore for Bayswater, High Wycombe and Midland station precincts, following the recent adoption of the METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme.
METRONET is providing $236,000 to the City of Bayswater to build more than 20 temporary parking bays in the heart of the town centre to support local businesses during construction.
From 7pm, Friday 11 June, Whatley Crescent will permanently close between Hamilton and King William streets to allow works to continue on the new Bayswater Station.
On the New Bayswater Station project, diversity goes all the way to the top, with women representing one third of the project management team.
To support the local business community while construction works take place, METRONET has launched the Baysie Spend to Win promotion.
The construction team were able to hit the ground running in January after the Development Application to build the new train station at Bayswater received conditional approval by the WA Planning Commission before Christmas.
Timbers from trees recently cleared at the New Bayswater Station site have found a new home as open-air learning and play equipment at St Columba’s, a nearby primary school.
The latest artist impressions for the New Bayswater Station were released today with the progressed designs including two new escalators and refined design aesthetic.
Residents and business owners in the areas of Bayswater, High Wycombe and Midland train stations are invited to comment on the draft METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme.
Animation and artist impressions give insight to the new Bayswater Station
Two housing developments walking distance to Bayswater and Meltham stations are now complete.
After thorough evaluation, the preferred Alliance to design and construct the new Bayswater Station has been chosen.
The creation of vibrant community centres in Bayswater and Forrestfield are a step closer with the establishment of redevelopment area boundaries.
The new Bayswater Station precinct will become an important feature of Perth as the first above ground sight for visitors travelling along the train line from the airport.
Moving homes is never easy, and for the 80-year old Bayswater Kurrajong tree it was a process that started in May 2019 and finished yesterday.