Britannia Road Reserve Masterplan
Britannia Reserve, zoned for recreational use, is bounded by Britannia Road, Bourke Street, the Mitchell Freeway and the rear of residences on Brentham Street, Leederville.
The Reserve is predominantly an expanse of public open space currently used for structured and unstructured sporting activities and general community use. It currently hosts a range of facilities including a clubroom building and associated car park capable of holding around 360 cars, two (2) sets of cricket nets, four (4) cricket pitches, soccer and match play as well as a children’s playground and dog exercise area. A Principle Shared Path runs along the western boundary of the Reserve (within the Mitchell Freeway Road Reserve), and is the main cycle path connecting the City of Perth with the northern suburbs.
PlaceScape and Syrinx Environments were contracted to consult with City of Vincent Councillors, staff and community members to develop a Britannia Reserve Master Plan. Consultation led to the development of an overall Masterplan, which Council approved at the Ordinary Meeting held on 13 December 2013.
The Masterplan, which can be found here, details the plans for the Reserve including; reconfigured carpark to include a bus drop off zone, fenced nature play areas, recreation nodes of varying nature, a path around the Reserve, an active area and improved and enlarged play space area.
The Plans can also be viewed at the City's Administration and Civic Centre.
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