Burrendah Park Ancillary Works Landscape Master Plan

The Burrendah Park Landscape Master Plan is a four year, $4.8million transformation of the Willetton Sports Precinct in Burrendah Park.

The program of works will see the establishment of a pedestrian-friendly Community Piazza that aims to improve access and connectivity between the Sports Precinct, Southlands Boulevarde Shopping Centre and Willetton Senior High School.

The Master Plan includes:

  • A new forecourt adjacent to the soon to be completed Willetton Basketball Stadium
  • Integrated pedestrian hub, skate plaza and active laneway
  • New fencing between Willetton Bowling Club’s club house and adjoining car park
  • New accessible male and female toilets for the Willetton Netball and Willetton Tennis Clubs
  • Works to re-instate the western and southern car parks.

The Burrendah Park Ancillary Works Landscape Master Plan is expected to be delivered over phases. The City plans to engage the community and get feedback on the project as it develops.

Frequently asked questions

How much is this work costing?
In September 2019, City of Canning Council voted in support of the Landscape Master Plan, an integral part of the $4.8 million four year transformation of the Willetton Sports Precinct.

Why is this work being done?
At the City of Canning, we aim to build inclusive and vibrant communities. This Landscape Master Plan brings that vision to life with new recreational spaces, sporting facilities and event spaces for all to enjoy.

When will the work be finished?
Work will be done over three stages. It starts in November 2019 and is expected to be complete in 2022.

Has the community been consulted on the project?
The City undertook engagement at the City of Canning’s 2018 Youth Festival and has been consulting with clubs located in Burrendah Park and local schools.  There are also plans for further community consultation to inform the final design for the integrated pedestrian hub.

What will be different to what is already in Burrendah Park?
A new forecourt will be built as an entrance way to the Willetton Basketball Stadium; an integrated pedestrian hub with a skate plaza and active laneway will be created; and other ancillary works, including new toilets, fencing and car park repairs will be undertaken.

Will cars be allowed in the new Burrendah Park?
The upgrades aim to create a pedestrian-friendly space. The work will improve access and connectivity between the Sports Precinct, Southlands Boulevarde Shopping Centre and Willetton Senior High School. Cars will be restricted to certain areas and extra car parks will be built to accommodate more cars.

Will there be traffic disruptions during construction?
Disruptions will be kept to a minimal. At times, work will require for car parks to be closed or restricted. There will be signage on site to indicate any road changes
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