Keeping the community informed is a key project priority. Community members can stay up to date in a number of ways:
Shopping Centre Pop-ups
Work on the new Morley-Ellenbrook Line starts in early 2021. Find out about this exciting project at our community pop-ups accross November and December.
Wednesday 4 Nov - Morley Galleria
Saturday 7 Nov - Ballajura Central
Saturday 14 Nov - Hawaiian's Noranda
Saturday 21 Nov - Springs Shopping Centre
Wednesday 25 Nov - Charlies Fresh Food Market
Wednesday 9 Dec - Ellenbrook Central
Saturday 12 Dec - Ellenbrook Central
Community Reference Groups
Three Community Reference Groups (CRGs) will be established for the construction phase of the Morley-Ellenbrook Line. The role of the CRG is to act as a sounding board regarding the delivery and impacts of the project throughout the planning, delivery and construction phases.
Ellenbrook Station Community Reference Group
The group comprises local residents, business owners and representatives from community organisations. The group provides feedback and advice to the Project Team about the construction of the new Ellenbrook Station and train line. Members are also encouraged to share updates about the project with their networks. The CRG members are:
Colin Ashworth, Ellenbrook Men’s Shed, Jasmine Backshall (resident), Paul Fernie (resident), Samantha Fisher (Ellenbrook Ratepayers and Residents Association), Matthew Hunt (City of Swan), Mel Jacobsen (business owner), Peter McLean (Ellenbrook Chamber of Commerce and Community), Chris Spencer (Ellenbrook Secondary School), Steven Wellbeloved (Ellenbrook Christian College), David White (Ellenbrook Christian College).
The Group met for the first time on Tuesday 27 October 2020.The minutes from these sessions wil be made available below.
Morley Station Precinct Concept Master Plan CRG
In June and July, a Community Reference Group (CRG) will meet to inform the development of the Concept Master Plan. The CRG members are:
Josh Beaver, Tim Benson, Karen Bush, Peter Corbellini, Roberto Guerrini, Brad McIntyre, Jesse Williams, Phillip Winn and City of Bayswater officers x2 (skate park; strategic planning).
CRG members responded to a call for nominations earlier this year, and were selected to represent a range of demographics, locations, interests and experiences. Ten members were selected from 20 nominations. The minutes from these sessions are below.
Morley-Noranda-Malaga Stations Community Reference Group
The Morley-Noranda-Malaga Stations Community Reference Group met for the first time on Tuesday 10 November 2020.
The group comprises local residents, business owners and representatives from community organisations. The group provides feedback and advice to the Project Team about the construction of the rail line and new stations at Broun Avenue, Benara Road and Marshall Road.
The group meets four times per year during the design and construction phases. Minutes from each meeting will be published on this page. The group members are:
Rita Di Donato (resident), Leanne Duca (resident), Veronica Etherton (resident), Jon Harper (resident), Sam Modica (resident), Simon Moore (resident), Felicity Orr (resident), Carolyn Rowcliffe (resident), George Wilkinson (resident).
Representatives of the City of Swan, City of Bayswater, and the Tonkin Gap Alliance are also part of the group.
Thank you to everyone who has visited our information sessions or completed surveys while project planning was underway. Your feedback helps us gain community insights into your local area and understand what you’d like to see in and around your stations.
Past consultations have included: