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Revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master ... - City of Stirling

Revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master ... - City of Stirling

Revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master ... - City of

The Revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master Plan “To enhance Scarborough’s role as the heart of the Sunset Coast by fostering the area’s tradition, its natural attractions and unique lifestyle, whilst welcoming everyone all year round” Scarborough Environs Area Strategy (SEAS) Vision The City is seeking comments on the revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master Plan. This brochure aims to raise awareness and provide information to the public about the revised Master Plan, and to seek comment and identify key community issues and perspectives to inform any required changes to the Master Plan. Overview As part of the Scarborough Environs Area Strategy (SEAS), the current Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master Plan was adopted in 2005 in response to concerns held by Scarborough community groups, landowners, business owners and Council. The City partially implemented the 2005 Master Plan, including the Beach Amphitheatre and streetscape enhancements to the Esplanade and adjacent pedestrian areas. During 2009/10, an overall review of the 2005 Master Plan was undertaken. The review specifi cally addresses the following objectives: • Assess the impact of climate change on existing and proposed infrastructure; • Retain the existing Scarboro Surf Lifesaving Club (SSLC); • Reduce the capital cost of implementing the project; • Respond to the vision and objectives; • Traffi c and Pedestrian Movement. Based on stakeholder feedback and analysis, a revised master plan was developed. The estimated capital cost to implement the project has been reduced from $68M to $53M. The full version of the Master Plan document can be viewed at www.stirling.wa.gov.au/communityconsultation or at the City’s Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling and at the City’s libraries. Submissions should be made in writing to the Chief Executive Offi cer, City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021 by 13 September 2010 or online at the above link. Community And Lifestyle • Create a memorable and positive impression of Scarborough. • Connect and unify Scarborough and its community with the beach precinct. • Ensure any future development responds to Scarborough’s sense of place, heritage and its role as a major beach destination. Environment And Sustainability • Design Scarborough Beach public realm as part of a resilient and restorative coastal environment. • Apply environmental and sustainable best practices to the design and management of Scarborough Beach. Governance • Commit to a long term vision and plan for Scarborough Beach. • Establish a decision making framework that encompasses all levels of government and stakeholders to improve delivery of the Master Plan. Revised SEAS Objectives The original SEAS objectives were redefi ned to better refl ect the intended vision for the study area and provide a more meaningful direction on actions for change. The objectives have been collated into the fi ve themes: Safety • Create a safe place for people to live, work and visit for recreation and leisure. • Create a highly legible and connected movement network. • Ensure Scarborough Beach is a pedestrian priority environment. Local Economy And Growth • Create a lively 24 hour place that encourages positive social interaction between people. • Ensure Scarborough Beach is a major tourism precinct with high levels of visitation all year round. • Achieve a high quality and diverse economy (including retail and employment opportunities). Objectives of the Revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master Plan City of Stirling 25 Cedric Street Stirling WA 6021 Telephone (08) 9345 8555 | Facsimile (08) 9345 8822 www.stirling.wa.gov.au Sustainable City Transport Rail - Stirling Station | Bus - Route 402 | Bike - Free bike parking Scarborough Environs Area Strategy (SEAS) Revised Scarborough Beach Urban Design Master Plan

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