Recognising the important role Bayswater Station has plays in the town centre, this is the most extensive community engagement ever undertaken for the redevelopment of a train station in Perth.
We thank the hundreds of community members who have taken the time to talk to us; there will continue to be opportunities to speak with the project team as part of ongoing activities to ensure a great outcome for the community.
Keeping the community informed is a key project priority. Community members can stay up to date in a number of ways:
- Register for project updates
- Follow METRONET on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube
- Join our dedicated project Facebook Group
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9326 3666 with your queries
Construction: Community Advisory Group – 2019/2020
For the construction phase, a new Community Advisory Group (CAG) was formed to act as a sounding board regarding the look and feel of the new station and public spaces, as well as impacts throughout the construction phase.
The CAG members were selected from the applicants to ensure representation of a range of demographics, geographics, interests, opinions and experience. The Community Advisory group members are:
Damien Hassan - Resident, Michael Cornwall - Resident, Clare Chamberlain - Resident, Julie Osyka - Resident, Georgia Kennedy - Resident, Ben Dellar - Resident, Jarrad Oakley - Resident, David Lee - Baysie Rollers, Tessa Hopkins - Bayswater Deserves Better, Kevin Kidd - Future Bayswater, Lynn Deering - Bayswater Historical Society, Greg Da Rui - Bayswater Village Retailers Trade Association, Alex Bray - City of Bayswater
The METRONET team will work with the CAG in the design development and construction phase of the project. Below are the minutes of the meetings to date.
Meeting 1 – April 29, 2019 – minutes
Meeting 2 – June 27, 2019 – minutes
Meeting 3 – August 13, 2019 - minutes
Meeting 4 – October 16, 2019 - minutes
Meeting 5 – November 20, 2019 - minutes
Meeting 6 - June 17, 2020 - minutes
Minimising construction impacts on business and residents is a high priority and will continue throughout the project.
The Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) Small Business Friendly Projects program has a number of resources available to small businesses who may be impacted by construction works. The SBDC website contains downloadable guides. and you can also connect with them through Facebook www.facebook.com/smallbusinesswa
Concept Design: Community Advisory Group – 2018
Throughout the early design phase the team worked with a City of Bayswater Community Advisory Group to capture feedback on the design work as it progressed.
Below are the minutes of these meetings. Meeting 1 – June 11, 2018 – minutes
Meeting 2 – July 9, 2018 – minutes
Meeting 3 – September 25, 2018 – minutes
Meeting 4 – October 29, 2018 – minutes