Projects & works

Introduction

The Capital Works Program has been developed to meet anticipated community infrastructure needs and the future development of the Town to align with the strategic plan, driven by population growth, requirements of the community and asset management.  These works include footpath replacement, traffic management treatments and road re-sheeting works among other minor capital works.

Major projects

Claremont Train Station upgrade 

The Public Transport Authority identified Claremont Train Station as the best location for trains to turn back towards Perth to support the Forrestfield-Airport Link.  The proposed project also includes a broader upgrade of the station's facilities.

Click here for more information about the Claremont Station project. 
Inquiries regarding this work can be directed to the Claremont Station Project on 9326 3666, email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or visit www.metronet.wa.gov.au.

1 Airlie Street 

Development Approval for a mixed-use development at 1 Airlie Street, Claremont was granted by the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel on 14 July 2020.  Blackburne are the developers and the development is known as “The Grove”.  The development includes:
  • Six distinct buildings comprising a single storey resident’s wellness centre and five intertwined buildings containing the apartments and commercial tenancies, as described below:
  • Building 1 - five storey building to the south-west
  • Building 2 - seven storey building to the north-west fronting Stirling Highway
  • Building 3 - four storey building to the north-east
  • Building 4 - eight storey tower on top of Building 3 (total of 12 storeys) to the east
  • Building 5 - 10 storey tower on top of Building 2 (including roof amenities) totalling 17 storeys fronting Stirling Highway.
  • Ancillary land uses at ground level including café, provedore (shop) and wellness/health centre and home care services office.
  • Lower ground and basement car parking.
  • Public Open Space and community facilities including toy library, children’s playground and home care services office.
The construction timeframe for this developement is approximately 24 months, with construction being finalised in the second half of 2023. 

Please see the FAQs for more information. 

More information

For more information on major projects, please click here.

Upcoming capital works

Residents living within the proximity of these upcoming works will have received correspondence from the Town providing project details.  If you have any queries regarding these works, please contact us.

Road Rehabilitation — Myera Street - Alfred Road to cul-de-sac - ON HOLD Until Further notice 

Scheduled works for Myera Street were due to commence on 7 February, however due to a shortage and unavailability of materials and contractor labour this project has been put on hold. Once determined, the Town will be rescheduling the project to restart accordingly and will update residents once the new completion dates are known.

Please click here for further details.

Upcoming City of Nedlands works which may effect our residents

Alfred Road, Rochdale Road and Myera Stree Intersection works 


The City of Nedlands have scheduled the above works anticipated to commence 15 June 2022 to 22 July 2022 7am-5pm Monday to Friday. The anticipated completion timeframe is approximately 5 weeks however, weather may impact on completion date. 

During construction, road closures will be in place along with detours around work site. Local traffic will continue to have limited access with the assistance of on-site traffic controllers. The work to be undertaken will contribute to the overall safety and improvement to the intersection. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Please click here for further details.

Maintenance

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Roads signs line markings and traffic signals are serviced by Main Roads WA.