South City Precinct Meeting

by Margherita on 16 March, 2018

Title: South City Precinct Meeting
Location: Fremantle Primary School
Start Time: 7:00pm
Date: 12 April 2018


15 February 2018 Meeting Notes

by Margherita on 19 February, 2018

Forty one people attended, including City of Fremantle staff and Neighbourhood Watch people. Unfortunately both Councillors Rachel Pemberton and Adin Lang were unable to attend this months meeting and were both missed even though apologies were given on their behalf with the explanation that they did both really did want to attend.

Neighbourhood Watch presented first and covered extremely valuable information about getting to know your neighbours, who to contact in different emergency situations and the fact that ultraviolet pens are now used for marking belongings and not engraving. For more information including how to get bin stickers, pamphlets, special marker pens etc, please check out the Neighbourhood Watch website.

Eloise then gave an update on proposed changes to Attfield Street indicating that everything had slowed right down, a traffic consultancy was to be engaged and no changes would occur without community consultation.

Julie then gave an inspiring and well researched  presentation on the “Vision for Hampton Road / Ord Street project” which was met with a resounding round of applause. At the end it was asked of the audience who was in agreement and who wasn’t. The majority (including council staff) were in agreement, with only 2 people who were not. That equates to 95% support for this vision for Hampton Road  / Ord Street.

David from City of Fremantle then gave another very informative presentation on the work and various projects being done on Hampton Road over the upcoming months and what was being planning for the next year or so. David and his colleagues Sri, Dwight and Gavin were on hand to then answer specific questions that arose.

It was very well received that the four council staff attended on the Hampton Road issue.

The topic of calming, beautifying and connecting eastern and western areas bisected by  Hampton / Ord generated lots of comments and discussion especially in relation to the wider area transport planning issues that it raised.

Documents circulated at the meeting from the Hampton Road Working Group, as well as the presentation are available for download below:

Vision for Hampton Road / Ord Street : Summary

Vision for Hampton Road / Ord Street : FAQ

Vision for Hampton Road / Ord Street : Powerpoint presentation (pdf)

The presentation by David Janssens from City Of Fremantle is also available for download:

CoF Presentation on Hampton Road

The meeting was brought to a close just after 9 but could have gone on longer.


South City Precinct Meeting

February 19, 2018

Title: South City Precinct Meeting Location: Fremantle Primary School, Brennan Street Start Time: 19:00 Date: 2018-04-12

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Flyer for February 2018 meeting

February 5, 2018
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South City Precinct Meeting, Thursday 15 February 2018

January 28, 2018

Date: Thursday Feb 15th Time: 7pm Location: Fremantle Primary School Brennan Street (Room Number TBC). Agenda  includes: Rollout of Neighbourhood Watch to Fremantle Update from the Hampton Road Working Group Council staff update on planning for Hampton Rd Free Street Trees for your verge from Fremantle Council Proposed road changes to Attfield St between the […]

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Update on the December 2017 meeting

January 28, 2018

We had a great turnout of around 30 people at the December 2017 meeting – including Councillors Rachel Pemberton and Adin Lang. As this was the first South City Precinct meeting since late 2013 it was fantastic to see so many turn up. There were two main topics on the agenda. The first was a […]

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