A Connected Morley - partnership project between RAC and the City of Bayswater

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Background

The City is partnering with RAC, through its Reconnect WA initiative, to deliver a series of creative public space improvements in three project locations within the Morley town centre.

The initiative works in partnership with local governments in WA to deliver quick, low-cost demonstration projects to test ideas and create more people-friendly streets and inviting public spaces.

The project funding ($250,000) will focus on three locations on Progress Street and Walter Road West between August 2021 and mid 2022 - see Project Map in the 'documents' section.

The primary objectives of this project is to improve pedestrian connectivity, amenity and vibrancy in the area.


Project Evaluation - Baseline Survey Completed

The City has contracted an independent consultant to evaluate the project. The objectives of the evaluation is to demonstrate the success of the project/s, how they met the objectives, including unexpected consequences and lessons learnt.

A survey was undertaken to collect baseline data to understand how community currently use and feel about the Progress St precinct. This information will help understand what difference these projects make to the community.


How to get involved

The project has adopted a co-design approach for each of the project locations. There are various community engagement opportunities, both in-person and online.


Find out more on each specific project by following the links, and sign up below to keep updated on the project.


Project 1 Public Space Activation - King Hot Pot

Project 2 Public Space Improvement - Morley Library

Project 3/4 Public Realm Enhancements and Wayfinding - Progress St Precinct

Background

The City is partnering with RAC, through its Reconnect WA initiative, to deliver a series of creative public space improvements in three project locations within the Morley town centre.

The initiative works in partnership with local governments in WA to deliver quick, low-cost demonstration projects to test ideas and create more people-friendly streets and inviting public spaces.

The project funding ($250,000) will focus on three locations on Progress Street and Walter Road West between August 2021 and mid 2022 - see Project Map in the 'documents' section.

The primary objectives of this project is to improve pedestrian connectivity, amenity and vibrancy in the area.


Project Evaluation - Baseline Survey Completed

The City has contracted an independent consultant to evaluate the project. The objectives of the evaluation is to demonstrate the success of the project/s, how they met the objectives, including unexpected consequences and lessons learnt.

A survey was undertaken to collect baseline data to understand how community currently use and feel about the Progress St precinct. This information will help understand what difference these projects make to the community.


How to get involved

The project has adopted a co-design approach for each of the project locations. There are various community engagement opportunities, both in-person and online.


Find out more on each specific project by following the links, and sign up below to keep updated on the project.


Project 1 Public Space Activation - King Hot Pot

Project 2 Public Space Improvement - Morley Library

Project 3/4 Public Realm Enhancements and Wayfinding - Progress St Precinct

Page last updated: 12 Apr 2022, 01:13 PM