Maylands Brickworks Feasibility Study

The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (DPLH) released the final Maylands Brickworks Feasibility Study on 21 May 2019.

The document investigated six options for the reactivation of the Brickworks and considered them in relation to financial feasibility, outcomes of the community consultation, an assessment of other similar case studies and the project principles. In light of the assessment the DPLH recommended that the City proceed with Option F - Golf course clubhouse adaption of the Brickworks Kiln with works to the Pugmill / Drying Shed to be deferred. A copy of the feasibility study is available on the DPLH's website https://www.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/heritage-works/maylands-brickworks-reactivation.

The Feasibility Study is programmed to be considered by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 28 May 2019. Council will determine whether to proceed with the recommended option, proceed with a different option considered by the DPLH or to terminate the project.


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